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Pur* Linen Men Handkerchief. ji XI ..in. rath S>lon Briefs *| :iJ jug M.M. ,\ ( ... ov s \|.|. N>lon Slacking* at li.ifl for i pair*. ...... *. fWD HOHIMAH HfkY'osn ins All GO ALONG WITH IFTON 3P WE IAUGHS! WEBSIEK'S NEW (0LI.EUATE DICTIONARY Tin-i.a* | iiiiKni Lua baan nn I id Typo i If iv (HUM I iwilion;il Dictionary the flnaal gmaral-purpost Dictionary. ROBERTS & Co. Dial 3301 EMPIRE TO.DAY to THURS. 4.45 s, 8.30 '•'•'''•''•••''.'.•.'-'.•' %  •.••'.'.'.'.'.'S.'S.'SSS.VS.'.'S.'.'.'.'.VS.'S.V^ All the Excitement, Suspense and Gripping Drama of (he world's most cherished story comes brilliantly to life! SPECIAL OFFERS Hemmed Sheets, Superior Quality 72" x 100$6.25 BLANKETS 46" x 72 $2.50 Flowered Bamberg SILKS, per yd. $1.32 IIOVAL srom I 2 High Slteel 12 High Street D nUNLOP, hcao Of lr< I'wt-of-Spain, arrived ining by U.W.LA.. from Trinidad to attend he Youlh Congress now la progress t the Drill Hall. He was %  For R.E.C. Talks D ittS arriving, on Fri%  Iftt frum Jamaica for Meeting which opens : a' Haatfnjj House on Monday lonTafe D. B. Sasupner. %  •adrr of the Jamaica M.mater of M J n Clegg or, and Mr. D. i.f I-ev> intg of Kingston 1-1) .,' TI.. Ar.ivlng ;.cstcrday the Trinidad ileW—'Ion comprlslni the Hoo'ba* %  %  > %  '. Minister of Labour, Indnoir^ and Commerct I i B i Econolr Advlaer to the Governmrnl I i -.iiinfi-r % % %  ** A ltltlVIN(. on TViuraday night British Guiana bv B W I A was Mr. Anthony Mc"onnev, son of Mr and Mr* Own McCaaM) ol "Fitai %  Blr 'nirch. A hi> h,i> licen workinK lay, Bank In Georgeown har. DO* Wen iruonorred ., U* Bridawtoaro hianch. Mr t. Rovna of Pete Kovira %  p r loa for ahort >Uy He arrived on Friday by B.W.I A iwinled bv his U.C.W.I. fUfUtrar M K M. W. SPKINGEB, MA RcglalraV of the Unlvomltv i the Woat Indie*, urrtved in this colony on Friday evonln^'. %  i purpose of his visit i* to be available for consultation a..iol the iu-gi<>n..i i Coinmittei' in mallei s affecting th Unlverwl> OoOaal I ^( r,. We*l Indioa. He is In realdCoUMon, G.ivernnwi-t plans n> rriiirn lo on Thuraday April 3. On W.I. Tour M R WALLACE TANNER %  U K bimlncsman who lert London early in February on a ,.! iho West India*, arrived naeo rraon BtBJa* Guiana on Thursday night for a ahort visit M inne Hotel. Babart pill ana :. ,.,!,... ||Hreaentative!t .f Croablra I and Anglip-Amrri. oan (hewing Gum Ltd. Mr. now winding up hla .•nl and hopea |0 "MCb %  ..f April. Morried Yeoterday C Altlll ilmpped in M PawH Son" Hotel. it-ithshel... a wedding re,,.Mii,iii Iwing held shortly after ., Jordan, .laughlar of the l ,., Mi Marcus Jordan and Mrs. HSTDBW .if Minehurne". BarKowL Si. Michael, waa Mr. Garllold Sarjomr, son of ihc lale Mr. James Sarjeant Saneant of Hindabury Road S Muhael. i;.v I. C Mallalleu conducu-d Ihe ceremony at St. Joseph Church Mr. Erneal Weir waa bealman while Mr. Cameron Tudor gave the runic in marriage. The honevmoon is being anent al I'owell Spring Hotel. A acCNE l.vm Ui Epilogue to Barnard BfeaVa Saint Joan. Left lo right VII of Franc*. Anno Balson %  Blabop of Beaueala, Chn-tiae Parker a* Joa %  atoRumber. Shirley Stale Emcllah soldlar, Shirley Clarke aa DIIIK.The play waa alagad at Qaaen'a Collage upeeck d.y on Friday. ir Barbara Col* aa Chart Ann Bnrrowaa aa Ohaplai Barbadian Medico Leaves D R, KDWAHU FIELD, a Barbadian who luifc a HBjOttca Nire. Kngland. returned in the U.K. via Canada by T.C.A. un Friday aflor spending about ten days' holiday with hu relative*. He is the son of Mr and Mrs. E. S. A. Field of *H|enhelm\ Mv Lord*! HlU. French Music A T THE monthly mewling ol the Alliance Franca is* oti Thursday night. April S, at 8-t* o'clock, Ihc Cameo Music Club will give a short Concert of French Music The meeting as u*ual takes place at the British Council. Wakefleld" A member of the Alliance %  said lhal she hopes all other members will attend as the Concert nhould be vary interesting. Gramophone Concert M USIC lovers will bo Interested to heur that the Gramophone Concert at the British Council 'Wakefleld," on Wednesday ^ril 2. will consist of .i atlfhU) abridged Version of Handel'5 "Messiah." performed by the famous Hudderafleld Choral Society with the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. rtiv Concert will start at 5.0U pin., and will last about two hours. There la no charge 'or admission u m m Leavinf Tomorrow I EAVING ton.ouow b> HM French S.S. Colou.bie for Trinidad will be Miss Eliw LiiiungU^ of Green Hill, Si. .Michael who plans lo spend the Easter holidays with bar relatives, Mr. and Mrs Walter Stokes. ..f S.in Joan. M Canadian Lumberman II LARK1N who Is well II %  ''. Canada, returned home „., orning by T.CA. aftci three weeks' holiday >t-i>ing at the Marine Hotel. He was accompanied by his wife. Third Visit P AYING hi> third s island Is Mr Bdward I, i B ( Ml. i He ariivcd here on Thursd. night by B.W.I.A. and %  RociUoy. %  %  . %  Ud eral Merchant* of Oeoi %  From Jamaica OLIVER DA; if among the arrivals by B.W I., I -erung from Jamaic. B RIGADXJEB OUVI Ihe ;BY THE WAY... sytaac**** A N article about the people who aeem to go to the % %  hive a thoroughly bad ume and make a habit of protesting at llrst nights might have recalled the gentleman In the stalls some years ago. He had been quirt, but in the middle of Act 11 ha rose and shouted. "This won't do'" He wa. J escorted out, and as he went he siid, "None of It Is true. And oven It was, it's nothing to do with me. Absolutely no business ol mine.' Pinft-ponjt mutt It c tensed up / T HE great debate as to whether the people of Bognor should be allowed to play ping-pong on a Sunday it. complicated by the further question of clothes. If •urfK-pnng clothes aic worn, and the game takes place in public it i% as bad OS . theatrical peifounance. Bui if the game I behind closed doors, and in Sunday clothes, idle tongues will wag There will be suggestions of gambling on the game, of ftrlnju songs, and every other kind of horror. Personally. I fiel that the time has come to clean up pln^pong, and to hold an inquiry into the switching and doping of players, which makes the game, even on weekdays, a scandalo-. lion of all thai is worst in Englisn sport. In //*(>• A MAN of 81 who Bktt of 79 proposed to her the same day and was m >i %  Is later, was askrd. with singular lack of imagination, what had B1 act so inioi'U,' % %  I gave the perfect reply "I dislike long engagements." And now I goo thit in Spain a man of 125 is to marry a Woman of 1H0. 'whom he has known I %  the silly little thing eauU up her mind. Or pchupbelieved In getting to kl 1W"hlv Cutirli-ty %  L'NE 27 has been chosen for the • I BaMa and R Uj in London. Entrir.; are expected to be In *he neighbourhood of 500,000 nhklaai rludlng motor • cycles. s ; police m fast courtesy cars will uitrol the sir.-.* ing their haU to the competitors, md shouting courtedv Ihrough megaphones \ points there will be radio talha on courtesy i courtesy checks will be made bv a courtesy committee, and badge" will be awarded for courtesy by lag Cimrtesy Council. Th,. IdM Is to promote safety through A) irtesy and vice ver-.n. Tiiil-ftifrr IFIds aoreeoieitf fids besfl reached on rhre.hatOaVed end forty-one possible course (O odoju. (Mrs. E, H. KJllick.) HC. Radio ProiIIIIII: oiivia rvi-i n. cii\iiis nit-Kr. OLYMPIC I. d.. If Mom I HI A M I— • I "> aalr %  I .. USH DM Mui.l %  HI v* B -o Ml now TllDAV l Mil M.I coiun i % %  TOCKBB 1II 1 II tht SI\I in%  -non HAS BBRM CAMCfJ 1 1 :• KOVAI %  >.i %  .. . % %  > a in i %  SHI) ii IBS %  l %  'Ik ... A COUNTRY FAIR ST. JAMES COMBINED SCHOOL (HOLl.TOWN) (IN HASTEN MONDAV I4lh APKII. 1952 IM P.M 1 1 OF ST. JOHN Tllh HVPTIST VICARAGK ind Inlerludr; ISA i N*> A Si) %  au pass 5'Bti UUM :II.IIM 1S pin n. Ill m RMl.p Naw.Kuna i>a Ham*. • 00 Teas. |„( rerun Lucky Dip. Pliints. VatoHahUs. Hoop-La Diiiieini: — Sieel Hand — Ftr.. Kir. Admission to Fair : nVDULW I (HILDKKN Ud. 2 BateyCBM In IHdrawn for. Tickets now mi sale 1 Fach DOOV I'rr/e Live K.Main Tirke" V A I A < I N I VI 4 S BKIDOI rOWN. Id.l .'11. TODAY & TOMORROW 4.45 a 8.30 P.M. UTH SHVI I.IWOIIIIIIU ROMAN COCHRAN %  WO I HI II II 11 ALSO THE COLOR SHORT—CIRCUS TOWN TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY 4 30 & 8.30 P.M. CROSSFIRE & BROTHERS w TB SADDLE it \I:M.\I:I i R i> ,i mi i.4., I* visa IS I IB | Wantan Hp i "HIGHWAY 301 ..i Mr4 A Ih." 1 %  SS Ii in i.u IDO ri sairosi ri IMI a nn M ... illsriv— IIUI Nini BEAT THE BAND CROSSFIRE THE-FUGITIVE FIGHTING GRINGO Wddin f /">\ v.m.a. Bsaren 22. st UN *-' pm.. 0 quiet BWddl pla...a JBBBBI Siicel M.-th,-iis; Church when Miss Gloria Harewood, daughter of Mrs. ( %  Harvwood of St. Ljnrranes Oasj was m.irned to Mr. Jeffery Newlo,, of Bush Hall Th" brld W hs B HBrrlBSB kg lie. m oiiui -o -!.. Mr. D'Any Scott, presented a charming picture dressed in .1 bouffant skirl ol while tdlle bedecked with lilies of the v.illev and a beautifully draped bodice with a stole effect. She ranted a bouquet of Orchids •old Quran Ann's lace. Her sole BttatadaPi was her Btftar Mi n'Au s.-,rft who tiii.,1 ibs roll of matron of honour. The ceremony was M b> Rav. J. 3. Boulton and the 'intien of beslman were performed by Mr. David U'wt A reve|>tiiin waa held at the reaaaanst of Mr. ond Mrs. D'AIW Scott dt Cavell Ave.. Barbaree s Hoad after which the couple l^ft for Fleet View. Balhaheba to spend their honeymoon. MR AND. MRS JErrREY NEWTON HO HIGH Minis til III DOMESTIC 30" FINE WOVEN CHECK SAVONS III. mi RED OBQANDtn WHITE A COLOURS M" PIGIRED MCSI.INR WHITE A COLOURS 54" WOVEN STRIPED KAYONS 36 GREY FLANNEL WOOL TROUSERING Women 'QUALITY TAN CANVAS SHOES Wrdgr Hrels ,. Ill AC K A WHITE A BROWN A WHITE SHOES f .411 100 .8S 1.20 .71 2.S7 3.00 3.23 T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4606 -OVEN IKIMI %l lt\ III You can now get our New Delicious SHIRLEY SWEET BISCUITS" from your grocer or from Ihe nearest shop at 46 cents per pound Ak r..r "SIIIRM-Y IIIS4I ITS T-d I



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M Mill. M \U( II M M)AV VliMil Ml I' I THKI.I. FARM and GARDEN Gardening Hints By AGRIC4M \ It was made abundantly el* tumn would devote itself mauilj pies as affecting crop growth, wit) prouuctiun and matters related to homo veortOI words, subject, of interest not only to larmers and | ers but to the average householder and tfa as well. Mi IH lillLFMI. mill YlltK KS rAM \R1SK ni*DDLKAH is a lovely peran i'il and la well worth a pUr< garden. The flowers an sweet OTM'Uinjt purpli A* TIW 1 iiMin.i ELOPEMENT Ity G. II. A thoroutfhlv delightful, wholesome farce-comedy, for' all the fai I LOP1 Ml.NT' opens at the Glob* next Wadnasda) til. except for Clifton Webb's inth picture contains many shrewd nil) 'life, on the relations between in-laws y, r make no apo \ogf, then-as well as on the |hi iiatii.nsof the young couple, for*, for Including in our 'purview II mifnt he d. iv „\* of th* criminal types depicted today the ubjee1 of cane lire*. :h and direction Is convincing with *or the simple reason that they by m. %  „ %  .wit. wisdom and humour When suspense building; up to a violent Sim %  blow at one of the main n dauani lirnnx—a fitting end to a criminal principle' of good husbandry, ami tcr deckles to Hope with a young whose brutalities leavt you cold good husbandry U inextricably „ l>} ^, u,,. tr logy professor, the fuse Is with horror concerned with the maintenance >,',,, lit. and iwo indianant seti of parBased on fact. "HIGHWAY 101" of soil fertility and, therefore, "... .,„,* .L. ent. prump-u | via,*>.nts a bnter lataon to all wouldsoil capital. ^ , V 'SSI 3 w. ^XS 00 vounesiem with a view to preventi,. .roninsi. l I "f" **• UM> Ruddleeh In an open ing th. %  It Is not for us to examine •"" %  • %  • "s~y aieas, ui. .„,. uiat is shelcumitjiif i .. TO MOKKOYV IS ANOTIIKR questions pertaining to the direct "'"> = %  tnm IS* MB,,i the four parents but PAY monetary losses involved as a 'V a*s haVS heard ul several wind. An;, go.*) Harden soil will there is rlp.--. Bridgetown "TOp ** utt * lh ** fl re*. those who reason* why caw Ores have | needs Just the %  MOHItOW 1^'ANOTHER DAY" suffer the most ure well-organri-atmU their present pt :..rden care by wav of I COraawoestsM ,,. N Steve Vochran and Huth 1 Ied and| ** buslneia people, It wou.d be tui.Ula •. i, i urn U ..n.1 IMIHIIS, come* to ihr rescue when thc ,•>-,-,'.','-<-J*I M II HI! ( TO-DAYS NfWS HASH : Year Book af the WfI | Indie* and C'nualrie* of lh<* 1 < arlbnean %  l-leM CdHiun Sl4 ;• Leeks for the Vr.-m Locks for the r.ate l.oeks for the Drawer 0 oo* Of mauve, and tinder favourable t >iuTttkms this plant grows into •.sable bush. Buddleah la of :hose blessed perennials whirl" ,j when once established, goes f.r MS JIST AKRIVI I) %  rATTK MI\i:D BIRI M | It N \%Aiti SEED \.)l Mill M HMI FOOIi Also: A L-mil.i A-xiltlMIM Ol %  • EASTER t<000mS 5 COME i\ — IOIR MK; STORE — Tin: ros>ioi-iM ii \\ S Jest a few yards off Itroad St. In TH WM II. ST. II I* A I I I oi year* requiring only ar astonal cut back, and little el*. the way of attention. perforce which gets off to crime melodrama naturally know best how to ;, h „r;.T 'T,:":L', p ^i' !" !" **?. •• %  - •er 3E re. We pauc only bo disnuss as rrowae-li.^ plant Is propai liUcmet that the tT the does an %  mediate uortaiit aoun r .... %  _..*.;.rvv^v7: losses. Small farmers, however. „. ul Irs L'VSS. U^ hnse ilclds and names, by w ,I'.h the outside world, ">" otherwise, are menaced ^ Cufton W< snhassdte Ann Vratv %  newcomer, ,..-.--* rslo GU, ie ^,u more and R<"-' loss ., 1 „,i 1 i-_: h„. for a top nolch job in characterizations ir bat %  • human and believable. Two delightful supporting bits are . Donald and Julie Dean Simpson, whi. iittlnj up %  %  .-omedy. intelligently v | directed IIH'.IIWAY Ml The PI I i showing "HKinw.w I i] %  Bun which confom.. the "Crime and well produced it is a gangsti melodrama ihnt nlflcance in the %  e-hall hostess and "* """„ n %. bt> .'' lr ived in a phoot!? *???* > %  Pl nltted, unknown to him, insurance aa b> UM ani The iwo of them take if n raB J? the road ami what with living %  %  word: aasssstaM Jocular sugjusst.Mn bo | ( „t Is ,o,gate,l b? a some not unnntutttnas, which as s rule, strike lii-t these fires easily After **ne time the I sun s eaceeHv n ., u -,-i t Mhvr straggly. When to that asTset n •.,„ %  ,. rsssehssl ml it bad was mtenaen In v a hieh with the the sooner that aoi i belp ol manure and wat.factories th and un bu "y *" %  ** In tsklng of! their names, the ex-conv..t 2T^*SI2?^.*LaS n 2S!l rsecondly. r Jrrc 1 ' m/s'igomualy again, sstsastt the present prtssssd, tha bsttar; it can do bam tkssfl r ,i bul psotlcutarty welt %  are naturally an Iho woolly play n>ndlnfs which huve been on ttw iprt-lal beams to the Caribbean fur the months of February and Rlareh. In wltjch Shakespeare* S ,'" 'Klnu Lear 1 has been caamlne.l. 1 lilt" will now broadcast th %  , ,. (.Vi'elRUd hi IhV tltfe Vole. Whethi %  The m do. you ||BVC bl > .„ | iltcnln t „ |, 0 r ^" Monday proarammes In which an ;" SSSS .... been m^le to .how "-'•""" i. Learcan be acted by nt Maryland. \ I. Bny kccn *poup and Is not bevoi, I ruU cJ the interested nma• jii.il. ,'-fM.it (• %¡ •rinipnte htr 1hl> .. %  luur or •rtsttbir first meeting this will be your luie problems. Bul. ksaal seeds are used the plant this island which .an In six months from ending at 7.15 p.m. drought and must dggsrnd OB planting, if Is l<-it Bsssrefoni Other change* of importance— natural precipitation can ttnd get seeds from n local plant, particularly to 'exiles'—are to be LMnssahsM in %  arloui • %  INi-.ilion noticed in the English, Scottish. diftlculUes from loss ... p %  ssldg il H^ivhmk-' require a well preWeUh and Ulatex Magazine prothey nutlet i,, maintain UM — pa..-.l plctl bed in an open sunm grammes. The first Is now on the ganio m-tter of their toils. In position. As the flower %  *& %  previous notaa, are, nave tressed t-n t).e> may need A stake t> .ma value of organic •". specially if th tuateual. not il,. :i wind swept, spongy natuie ,.nd. ;nn U rropaualien supremo Important* d a retainer H.I)yho.k.s are grown from see.1. has already hecn aaid It local seeds, that Is ednesdaya and Saturdays and e !" "'Hy t tnis islands sous has. i„ say seeds from plants that have Welsh Magazine on Mondays and •? a """*. extent, resulted from flowen-d and seeded In Barb convenient time for thl full plav in two parts with John area—8.1* p.m on Sundays. Scotthe fu Ush Magatine and Welsh Magazine have l>een reorganised and are now to be broadcast In two Af leen-mlnute programmes Ini;i"7:T":;r;„ is;=„; il,rs?"-; s "sr" r * "•• ^ lenath ScotUsh Ma.i'ne will b.'•"[ >'*<"" %  cnerally. The unique u b.^1 to uae1 „n W.^ne-days and Saturdays and ni.lW of this Islands soils has. to aay seeds tro the radio with Thursdays all four broadcasts lh e consistent attention rn paal The seed.H can t-e put straight int. 'kins; Lear""the coming production starting at 8.00 p.m. Ulster Mags>• ^place men t en orthe prepared l>ed In which the r '' nu m in two onrU can be hlRhlv reeomzine has been expanded Into n game matter losses either by pen ur e t.i grow. '"" „_ — *" — •—•——— with stre 0 %  •. of these statl effect that crime does not and ,- !" !" i-"*-ii——— — -—— -~ r . Plant them quit hers of the asguj r mcn( ied. Clelgud has played Lear fifteen minute programme weekmanure or heavy mulehin^ with two feet apart H the full growl behind bars. imc on the stage and is ly and will be heard at this same cane residues or other similar maplants take i %  % %  The i with tha ,,,t.unlv one of the three leading time on Tuesday*. Icrlal. Fire i* a degtr_ bunehlni low, and having ver IwleVupa and murders of the a0 i O rs on the British stage. The Other changes are slight varlavmctunes advantageous it la large leaves. Ttwse plants sand group, and the is being broadens! in two lions In the times of talks and true, i %  ,.,, u n Mmn Dower plke. closeing down nnd destruction of the ^ s ,„ Radio Theatre nit Siilmthese you will soon be able to nnd of %  Osttethlng ll i In ... -f h v .-.| with flowom. After tingang by the combined police dnv 2 9th March and 5th April, for yourselves. cane, destroys tht etfal Is over, the old effort* of the three ststes.involved, beginning Bt 8.SO pm each part 'Oliver Twrsf As New Serial which constitute* our soil capital. Bpike aboutd be cut down to th Emphasis is given to the relent, nklng oric hour snd a quarter. Charles Dlckens's famous novel It become*, thereto, e. ol ground and thplain will • less efficiency of modern police | lr ^ A dcat will be in the 31 meIMor %  coldtlliver Twist' begins as a radio teooornlc I ,m both evenings. The s-ria i on Thursday next when Uw da Tin-? mi %  > %  -"I-> '•— %  -. --snni "ii timi-wuij 1 nrni wiim "•• %  >• % %  "iiia n unim|M>rtaiit in the blooded criminals would be hard finrt brolM lcRSt will also he heard nrgt 0 j twolvc episodes will l>e I i lif.to Imagine and decent^people must ln he 40 m€ll( band and the broadcast. The radio adaptation W, ,-spwtfully NaV have heaved a sigh of relief when MQOml ln t he 25 metre band. | 8 by Giles Cooper an nctor with fore, to the authot •e.gn ot terror came to on B growing reputaUon aa a radio.-"it ui (udWIal enquiry l Chun yes in ll.lt.C. Schedules wruf >r who was con.missioned to to take evidence over i wl Steve Corhran is once again cast w ^ h ^ sian of n n(fW qu||r mak# thc nao vcrslon af ,er ub and to sift the same with I vd in send up one or two mor,. h i than the first but forth wnila imving Th.colours of I hi. Hollyhock, .ink in varying shades, and white. They can be single or double flowers. t^. ni ^^ e Ji^iS.t l sT l Tha tcr"there"are"'a few" changes in mitUng a" synopsis snd a first epito determining If possible, the TAM \K.SK ,.it Hi. 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PAOI nil l( SI NDAY ADVCM ATI SUNDAY, MAIM II %  %  132 SIVKTAN UK VI) SI-NIGH FOOTBALL LIM-l P Em Farnum Inritcd to Olympic Games i^ClVllOll F OUT — Nil Spartan Defeat REFLECTIONS ON ATHLETICS SPARTAN . Ishmoel, Grant, Cadogan, Haynea-4 in i'. s. I orrj\ S i voted an In ; lour goal '< nd *o %  season's Tw >L ten i-iinU In seven g.ime* I M^ and It Is not Impossitilr irut (heir co-leaders Notre each in ata game* :tl again catch them up ,. %  J Kejwavi are DOinfl ..s already LhOM teams wlio re iwiiircd to rullll tl %  ling fixtures. , ,.,_,„ _,„._ _„„,w NOT BBS1 n UH Mi T\SSSS^Z 1 ndlt for being Uie best i| UMir wingers were algather" and shortly after the one innaiiy With three go,"ls to their credit i. stepsmthls k C K awarded during the • „VCT released their ir !" '' 1*1 5 K" ..i.m their fo!-' 4 ,1s tested Warred Jhe four.n goal. The game started with Spargoal cam. th at right I;.t ir Jir^t tball i. itch >1 Kensington Oval yesterday to put in ;alf of play while in the first half %  ?, The Sp. coren mm flnmt faglitg riRht, centre half and !!;. %  centre forward. Gtbbotif and Bowvn proved to be a tower the Carlton forwards while the help they gave to th.-.i |. \ wardl was readily accepted. ntl-cllma* Srat by Wot goal of the mat lixturc .1 v hirn i % %  %  eaaeiaagr. %  NO INITIATIVI riding tiia; goal .it ii well across the Carlend M the betdi .. : : t to catch the ball, but centre was on the i>:[. Hajnea who got to the ""d* a A before him, headed it into the but b H i niuld get withepen goal. Hi in gocd Miootlng dlitance, .eft full The team* were:— Ud tarllen:— W..tren. Ken nfdv, Porter. Clairmontc. Coa, Wilh.,m, Free Kick Shortly It lluu-hiiuvn, Marshall, ilnaoo an,i Andrews. ("VARLTOf BneWe" The luferee was Mr. S. Gittcns %  Sjivuni'ith Gub wn gplay was] Ivan satisfactoryperformn the Carlton area, but the %  mg for 1 ball and ..It in •ugh I glvi in midiU-lii. About 13 credit for converting %  %  '•: >>' heading. RUnUl ( this half into goal ret 1 -' ,l <^ T-n l opened the scoring for I 'i; IMS Ttlll rnmintnt weigh heavily again L -.imrian team H I ,-.rtan after receiving a good % % % %  * iuuui.iiii lit Ii. oppoaed to a team who gave ttiem pass from Jemmott on the left _, , „ %  rday. wing. Grant who found hlmsell > esterduy s Results \ GOOD WIN alone kerf the ban aaijxj N OTRE !'. % % %  two goals to I,.., in well -long the ground Into the Z \7J1 *„A I r TVI !" %  "" u.Khani beat Mrs I A *Khon j aac a -t 6 -i?'g v n '"Vi.. r the lullHalf Uan* fotuid ,y '' 1 >Umh -!S* l ?* n ? i ?*!',r <• n backs tit ion vWima ^ w h^ Mio itaa by Notre Dame and when tne "U t\: t \o overSpartan a,. Bowen and CON Skinner —I bastion of del ly, they met with •tw mm, %  r> Q 3 B _., long limbed AlgjM I %  •** a sort ut third back up. A fre*> | game. ( Carlton and this brought However this made Noti. to In the to their feet when Carlton %  realm <>t ,,. n rronl ii the lei climaxed a fwtft forward movemetil with a pile dnvdr from close spartan goal Tin. range and ii.' wall. _ Uhmacl scored I m to take the field this season ran the Empire % %  ii true U uoe ot %  tig players, seemingly Inspired arlth ICIK %  determination. WOTHKIt GOAL TT FtLI^ to Daniel again tn convert :it rlos* range ns the result of another awUt forward movoment that an Notra iJomo sweeping pace down the Held right through theil defence and Into .irea. They kept up this pn had no chance of aquausing. Wllkinaoa in goal was clean and eeafldent in his saving wh left wing, his brother ut inside right gave very good i i indeed. Droytoa f lha Empire attack and ho gave some excellent i i wan speedy and hinm rend, i • MTVI..I in ...i.ll.letrr prtvlsion of the left whig. H ahould ii tai fruitful aervlca hx stapuv m ttUs position before the season Is finished. Boapirt ra scored < games and still have a possible 10 polnta with Sj>arun in seven games. They are by no means out ol the running and 'he cup will be decide! on th< %  Dame and Spartan get In thai) U Notre Dame and Braplre anj threa ta the case of spartan. FARNUM' FOB OLYMPICS The Jarrfaica Olympic Aaa to 'he Colony's "A" class Cycle Champion representing Jamaica In the farthing Olympic garniat Hd, (he tact that sinilar local Olympic body baa i I tii the Inlcii. 11 ai nadaratloo, an I e tiut such a flll lat fasn before the ant of the games this ,. i Mr. Farnum cannot Icr the Barbados ; therefoi proi ,i fund IH' I->. T the nt'i i % %  ary axpen es t>. .ilk.v lSu Dun to Uka perl I Wi all wii> what Farluim baa done tot llarlwdiHi and Bouta reUng. We are also COD Blotll "I the fact that Parnum'l participation in the OUinpics would be a good fur pulling the West IhtUl the world map, therefore i hope that whan the fund is open this u..k it will receive the support %  U i.inks ol the sporting nd again Warren had no ch, • I "nd goal Monday s Fixtures Mesff Itoable* Final i:. r T .. 1 i G. Maninn^ n G II Manning and PMcO. Patterson. Mixed l> ublci llandirsp : ft NicholU F D. hames. SOCCER LESSONS II* l.raliiim Wilkr V KfWI H I MiMM commMnil to abundantly merits, MR. QRAUAal WII.KFS Games Master ai the Lodge School and a uell-kiiowii figure in looaJ and Interi football urclcs is writing a iai Boeeei foi the .s'li'idou Today ba ssBuly cu out the fundamentau .is an latroduetorj to Boeci rLi The Fuiidiimt'iitals In building foundation miiat u> laid %  win develop and Ii < Ukewtaa in AaaoelaUoi ball the fundamentals of the game must Ii fore the meeting on the 17th of April and this will l>e followed the bigger Inter-colonial meeting at Whitsuntide. I an: i are for the second but I advise all school boys, especially the senior bogs, to keep In training as it Is fairly certain that there will be some events for them especially at the latter fixture. 1 do not know if the schools are usually Invited to the Inter-club meeting but It would Dot be a bad thing if they were given one or two events and so they could keen In trim for the bigger occasion I throw this out as a suggestion to tha A.A.A.B. So many of our local athletes go to pot mainly because I not have "the opportunity to get regular pracuce when th school. This Is due solely to the lack of any continuity in local athletic mooting! which occasions the lot* anything that might ha called a local Athletic season. The school bov other hand, have a regular term foi have their individual schools' spurts meetings follow* school Sports at which Ihcy round off v.I can think of nothing better than to begin with the schools if we are hoping to improve the standard -if : % %  I think of anything that will be of more bencfli to ,i promising athlete in the senior ecbOOl division than Ihe fact th*t be could get in four meetings in the space of three or four monti this was the form of the Lodge School's David Inniss at Ik siiortfc meetings in huh he took part last \. His first meeting inning of April, the Oivmpies are In July and F.unum baa not tiddi meeting since sometime last year. To be really warming up ht should have had three In I9S2 already. I tee he has refused an invitation to go to T grounds that he is not anything like ready. This I quite believe I do not see how It could be otherwise. But I think be has been OBI twaen the devil and the deep blue sea His riding in Trinidad, although he might be beaten, will do him no end of good in I aration for the bigger events Vet hi there. It will Jeopardise his chances to go \. un team to the Olympic Games. It is a position I would not like to be in myself. T TUNING to the Inter-school Sports which took place on Friday before last there are one or two points which never fail lo come up for discussion no matter how roil from year to year. A rather I not fail to remind me on thl o Ion thai of •jiis'.ion of awarding points for the events, and. r he will never cease lo make I until a change is brought about. I gather that my friend has quit, a all fellow school masters, on his side la .11 not mind if I join the band waggon All those conversant with the problem already know how thl points are awarded so I will not go into del I In order to let readers judge it is enough to say that tha pi down from 9. 5. and 3 for the tlrst. second and third places i lv in the Senior Division (Di\. ours in the most junior division (Divll IV PI for the Senior Division (excluding the Relay) and thl IV It is therefore plain to eat in the Senior division tuu BO Mft I whelming chars %  lo win the sports. To my mind the most favourable argument in favour of in the points system is the Tact that for years the Inter-school Athletic Union has lieen racking then | more lg for the SIT.;, Her BChOOla like The Coleridge (now ColcridgcParry Combined), the Alleyne and the Four, gave a cup for the one. out of these four, which gained the most points at the meeting. Now, I understand thl a cup for the school which gains the most points in the Junior Divisions. Well. If it Is recognised by the Union that the small schools have more strength in the Junior Divisions why not giv chance at winning the Championship points system. Nothing could make the meeting more interesting to them. Emphasis is on the word "better" because even with equa the larger schools, Harrison College. Lodge and o %  til] have the greater advantage for two very simple reasons VL more boyi remain at these schools until they are between the ages ol 16 and 19 than is the custom nt the smaller schools. (2) There more events in the senior divisions. T HE present system is of course supported strongly by the large schools fur obvious reasons. Bu: mi any kind nobody likes to see the dice so heavdNobody will deny that senior eventrtant tha %  the juniors. But the former proclaims their importance. But to add auch a hugl tage in noints only maki the result a foregoi and the entire contest ridiculous. Vexed question Mo. 2. and I shall bfl brief! The long jump pit". How much longer are we going to put up arlth such a farce. This year's was the worst 1 have ever seen. \\71TH regard to ihe standard nf the periornuuiei V? the whole good, while in Hi* Benloi Division I would say it W high. David Jntuss is MM of Ihooi athletes who get amount of speed with an apparent effort. L. L. Crichlow was also like this but butUM seems to be even more so. inriis* actually managed to lower i record in the 2211 yards and might ,1-.inn had it not been for track and wind con Utlon An Intcreal between himstif und Crichlow Is lionallv good from the 111 start to break records until he reached the Senior Division. David, should very definitely do o\ he can to fin': athlete. Preferably in England or sonv 1 No praise is too high for me lo give McD. 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-I Mill, MARCH 30. 1S2 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAC.F F1VF Oxford Win Boat Race f.'*cii On Sirimmiiip HALF si ll>ll ill.I II The Crav I: Starting An Ian l.iI. MM insinlmem is •uu.-iiily for iht"e who 0 rnprtltive nlnt .. %  I i Initial dsalliaf, with l.i' tuin. 1will l tlie middle and toko ttsBt sjreat trawl swimmer Juhnny Weissmuller. H Dne thing most youny competitors ask i* wh.th'T t! tbest lo sprint at UM MW1, the middle, or at the race. My theory of the to race is nut to sprinl at all, but to mid tinIdlest gait bold over the distance you have to go. and then hold that even gait all the wayBy :, I mean thai you *wlm ;ii yom utmost -strength and ifower, because this destroys reYou swim your fastMt, jet somewhat within your power, lor this is the only way -.vie that malt** for elTii !wimmlng Wtthla your power and retaining in oav hand, and holding back until thr last few yardt and then sprinting A fine 'I. bill a rcnl one and an Important thints to I le.'irly And now fur the start, which tt, when al lltrimmings are ninuved. i iiibple shallow dive. Staiai with your big toes just gdaa of the p>ol. knee* ^liKhtly bent, trunk bent torward with arms flung out behind nnd if you are being tartc,i with %  pistol keep toektakg straight down th e pool. As so"n fca 'he 'Lining signal Is given throw your arm forward, push nfT with your legs and perform as shallow a dive as you can. Here are the refinements. Yum body should shoot forward i.oarI water, with your arms above your head .md •• leg raised. Wlien you hit the water bring the arms down with a powerful slap and at the same time bring the raised leg down with a strenuous plop. Look at the water when you arc "> "'v air so as to time the slap of arm* und leg exactly at the time of entry into the water. This slap will keen vou high in the water and you will be nble to begin swimming without delay. In any swimming race In a pool, turning Is of very great Importance. In the hundred yards sprint the turn Is probably more Important than it is in the longer distances. The rest to be gained by a slower turn may be of value longer race, but m the hundred, The question of endurance does not enter, and it is worth while putting all the energy needed Into an efficient turn. Perry McCUUvray, one of the world's greatest swimmers in his day, given this advice on turning;^ "As you swim up and touch to* end of the tank with the tip of your right hand, turn your left ear down and go deep in the water. Do not touch the end of the pool with your left hand, but use it as a paddle In the water lo aid the body In pivoting on that left ear. Go deep into the water and make your push-off. and a* you shoot away, plane upward until you hit the surface Just at the right place to begin your arm action." Remember, whereas the startinc plunge Is shallow, the push off after the turn should be deep. Oxford Now Have 44 Wins: Cambridge 53 LONDON. March 29. Oxford University confounded all the critics by beating Cambridge in their inU*r-V.ir>ity boat race over the foui mile, one fttrlou, IPO ni q a matter of feet. II was one of the finest races (n the king tuator? ofl the •V*JR1 both crews rowing side by -ide throughout the race in a driving blizurd. Carlton Lose To Everton .BVEItrON (Seaiy CARLTON Morris 1) I (Cox 1) I At Wueen't. Park Friday CarMon met Everton and was doSince the race was first rowed i 182a none could reiucmbeu "iin snow anu i-ei .did ail lit wind hitting the Best UK ttiii.. \u uie Mkirtlakt course. M Jiu k aBO) Mkf almost beret t of spc> tail. It \*a* a magiuitiem atiuge ;hioughout and not unld UM >l u-w i.uudrtrd yards did Oxfocu ika me Mn.li laasl that BflovastsM ajiiLudgiwinning their nx.i. JOHNNY WE I SB MULLER under full -team. Olive Blossom Scores First Victory: Collides With Fishing Boat (By Our Yachting Correspondent) ONK .iciideni occurred when the Sixth Regatta of the R.B.Y.C. was sailed in Carlisle Bay yesterday afternoon D boat Olive Blossom, skippered by one of the Evelyn brothers, after scoring a magnificent victory in her Class, was involved in a collision with a fishing bosU, Her spar was broken. This was a very unfortunate Turrudoe* incident as Olive Blossom nailed Only four Tornadoes started a really beautiful race I was The race was a very fast one, the looking forward to her giving ilrst boat, Vamoose, finishing in another good performance in the |aoj than an hour. Vamoose wa> % %  . Hurricane howin tstc lead in all three lap*. Her ever, which ramc second, was average per round was IB nun* ih defeated. With about ales and 43 seconds Second wa* 20 more yards to go. Hurricane Edni while Thunder came third, would have won. Olive Blossom The wind was moderate, the received six minutes from Humoa calm, and the boats sailed DOM • *| -iHJth about. All Ihe D Class boats turned The Seventh Regatta of the out. Olive Hlossom's average per II B.Y.C. will be salted on Saturfoatod two goals lo one in their ***iv: boat race. This is uruy 2nd division fixture. Morns tod uas i.itn race that uxfocd has won Sooty scored for Everton, aod C. kaea UM lust world war. Cox for Canton. A Canvas'' Everton took the touch off ana rh, otnclal distance Oxford, **~ .* %  >.. ,* tRMft niinuta. By WM p wm „ m canvas. Not n r £21 .? the edge on the MUUX u, e d-4Hln#st w ia ;7 j^ bail came along Ihe ground to (lfltofJ lUTU W|11 2Q JESSm 2i Collymore. the Everton goalie. MXondh and was also being chased by C. Cox, conlro forward for Carlton. Collymore got to it first but nuskicked and Cox scored easily. Play continued with opportunities to score being wasted on both sides, and at half time the score remained at one love in favour o( Carlton. The Everton goalkeeper had the tendency to come out to too boll H ithout properly tuning It and soon after play resumed this almost cost his team another goal. The game became a little faster and as Everton pressed In an attempt to equalise, ploy eentiated in front of thi goal and Morris headed into the nets out of the reach of the Carlton goalkeeper. For some time play roousagd without further score, and not ..... long before the close of play Ever,, u IH,ON "HE ion scored the winning goal. MOTM U •" %  t-"'i'So vs Notre Uanirls at left wing look a hard shot Keicree G. Amory. [lus yoars cuntejt rowed ui a I -ii i-'.iii.,> curd setting was almost MiHiuiun of Uie 1W4B event. In that year, however, it was Cam%  no ootoo through .tloiii, %  RooJ ilretcli to deprive Oxford < victory by a quarter of a lengtli. The race was a Uiumph for Oxford's stroke Christopher Davidg* uho was the losing stroke in laHl) and isksln last year. Oxford hove n %  won 44 racea to Cambridge* U with one deadliest -U.P. WB This Week's Football which Coner did not hold propi >Ply and Scaly as there just la time to push the ball into the Carrion goal. In the short lime left for play Carlton pressed their opponent* but the game ended without any Sat Linesmen O. Koblnson and A. Thomas. Tlwrs. 3. Everton Kcfervc O. Uraham Linesmen A. Parm addition to the score. The teams were as follows:— Carltao: COtJar, Alleyne, Porter. Connor. Andrews. Dago'. Chandlei. 11. Cox. C. Cox. McKen Everton: Collymore. Connell. Simpson. Roach Fowler. Daniel. Scale. Archer. Weekes. Seah. r.l'ii ii Referee: Mr. E. Amory. liefer vs. aanpi nd S. Parm Spartan %  ound was 42 minutes, 37"a onds. Triird In this Class wOl Stanley Moore's Sea bird heabird has been sailing very well in the last few race-. Fourth was Rainbird and Ufth Rainbow. B Class Ten boats started in the B Class. Honours went to Ranger In the lir*t lap Ranger overtook Wizard to whom she gave a minute From then on she kept the lead. Second was Hi Ho and third Fantao !" Ranger's average per round was 38 minutes, 7 seconds Hi Ho which also sailed very well averaged SS minute* and 50 Ddi i". round Madness was the winner In the C Class. She started along with ,| Miss Behave and Polly, but later went into the lead. Gerald N'irholls Rogue, a scratch boat of the Class', gave an excellent performance. She riuirklv got away from Gannet. the other seratel boat, and went on to overtake Scamp, Polly and Miss Behave. Madness finished with an average of 39 minutes and 33 seconds. Rogue's average per round of 37 minutes and 43 seconds was bettor than Madness'. Third was Folly and f**irth Gannet. Seven bouts raced In the Intermediate Class. Skippy has been fitted wilh a new set of sails "Dipper'" was cruising nround vesterday. "breaking In" his new sails. Honours in this Class went to Mohawk. She averaged 40 minutes and 39 seconds per round Second was Reen and third Dnwn day. April 5. The results were as follows; — n ru Tfeoa runthta Avr .. P m MM H.. PI io si as •> i HI II.. t it m as so a MI Fanlv> • it JIM 1 I arm its* u i* Okapi 4 M SS NO .1 n u as u • J lnv.tef4 II IS ss>>. 40 311 i || r 41 %  •, 1 On.l • 1 Xt', 1 aim Olivr Mlo.—i n is 4 03 SO 41' .SMbira 1 -H 144 JTh 1 XslnltiM 4 •> • uat 1 I K.h-lH.v. 4 et •* 41 UM It Vs.i Thi1i 4 at IT M SI BSOBI IBM 1 lm 4 io a < !>.., %  a til u riwagin x o Vasonea S4T IV II IS K SS Ednl St X* a at N.rtie l.ii., m w r Ho,, Hoaehford and J Archer. DIVISION TWO fjea. 1. Spartan vs Everton. Krfcror (> Robinson hi 4. Notre Dame vs Empin Keferce O. Graham. DniSION THREE lues. I. Notre Dame tl I^odge a Bay F Edwards. CoUogo vs Everton at College ~B. Willi.,m Foundation v. 1'ohce at Foundation I J King ('. A W. vs Y.M.C.A. at Boarded Hall A Parrls. P-Rovers vs Combermere Kensington—A. Thomas. Fn. 4. t oiicge vs CaiitOI leg* -J. Archer to rigors vs Foundation Old Ri It Shell—K Hut! hinvoi. Wandererv* Pkkwirk-Rnv K Walcott. Fri 4 YMP.C. "A" vNotre Dame a) Becglet Rd.—D. 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Partition* ;ind Door Panes, WP have 1/8 TEMPERED HARD BOARD Don't delay as this shipment cannot hr the moma; energy prolecr lo intensify Ibe reaearcb on fluorine chcmrsUy Ii laboraioriei) thai fluorine .s now produced on fluorine co m pounds are Jtlonahingly i p(viiii>n. .i property whsm rs of great vuluc uimmcrcially -if ihe^ m ihe manufaciu^ rafrigcr-i'' new plastic material CONCRETE PRODUCTS LTD. l>oxen* of_Houae. a Church, Warehouses, Filling Stations, Guard Wall*, in fact, all Types of Buildings have been mnstrucled with our Blocks. \OT .1 \i\i.ii i pagaaj \t\i BIT innni in 8A ns,\VTin\ lixpressed by vrr>nnr ThK k llw CHEAPKST & BKST MKTIIOI) of hjIMha ln-4my I.I ^.Tl.HIl The reMill *H w gfeal deal ul a in I C I n indu.lridl mil < crtjin ii. i.^niMnn 4nd decomSlandard Blocks 8" x S" x l" 31c. ouch Partition „ I" I I" W Mr. .... Corner or Jambs .. 8" x 8" x 16" 33c. ,. Half Corner 8" x 8" x 8" Uc. .. Double End 8" x 8" x 18" 34c ex Factory ( rrtilied pressure Standard Blocks 211 Tons without rupture Partition .. 14 .. We are prepared lo (lUAKANTF.K OUR BLOCKS when used according lo our innlnirtinns. VISIT I1IH IAJTORV at Lodiie Hill and he convinced — Dial 278S The Topic of Last Week Please nole Ihe eorrrefiotif In thet Those publiahed on Thursday were irroao due fo a fype sefrtao rrror by (he |Miaherr T.IS wlul MhiiM hat dor llr'B ...--I rram bnna .1 *t>udi H..w %  ) %  in* intshl. o o caaon .-... I*m If Kn i.riutl WI1-.1 DairiK" %  inoiir •••tl DII Ilk* bumbvii Sli>iins Ihvir ilsl> 4.i. And •> Ihrmiahnul iKr flr-l I., TlMW HM ItMT.rl rpMI bti IIH^LO. Ilnl.*Ttiai v-.i Und ha aai Som* J. R Klirlehm n. M hall URM) ThItalic. %  UI 1ni I'I. MI11*. .id.. WOl,. rquiil und Bliin. rt.li „ in Iho UM nail The Only \* lin Reliever containing Vitamin B, ~HI lot lit* U ml*H.k-i nevm. MUM %  >* .lr.,1 ; %  rails ihav i> r .t in. 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I'M. I SIX si Mi AY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, MARCH :i. l*a FOR HOT-HOT OAYS USE COOL-COOL TALC Soothng tresh and tii(iMt, keeps you dainty and comloitabli. adorned in the Irajnnce men Ion The Truth in Your Horoscope What's Cooking In the Kitchen £/um*<&te TALCUM More Lustrous? Neiwrollyl Nat ••- apamivancil poll ih o I vci a *nr %  •**• •you, no.lt i.n CUM* 11*0 W€ 0Mtn M....> .1 S>w Vo-lt hr %  me. i %  .1 r-i-.( Jl mond-aisht To popular!** h lyatrin Tabor* Kill wrul >uu PlUJt >DUI AMrat toierprataton if you forward htm >our lull ninw • Mr Mfi or Mla. addreaa and dale nt olrth all rlawrlf ailllaa by journ-li No iifin-y wanted lor AaUokapeai Work. Poataf* air, but acrid 1. lr. Bnt.rti f'.Ul Order lor (talloncr*. ictumunlaia ln( Iltaratura. You -III r rcrr-rfcabia anunn ibout j*m and your flan* Wnu now ai thu odar may no* -nad* ataln Addraaa: PUNDIT •Af'jHE iDtl Jll-D'. Upper FotjaU Urerl. Bombay X. India. PcaUSa to India Getting Up Nights Makes Men Old Uaiilna up filfhta. burnlnc uriM%  Kan-, -liin.n di*<-harga. dull nohT ai baae of aplna. .rUn •Jul Ic* paint, norvonanaaa. waaknoaa and loaa of manly *i*->ur aj S Mod by a dUaawt uf lhal-r..aUUa uid la mox IniiMiriant a>> stand IB ma>. To avarroma theaa troublta In II hour, and quickly roalora Viaour and haalth, lake tha now %  rirrmfi.dlaruvary called *•#••. No matter how lon you have aufMrwf rlotMa la sunrantaod to ao< you rirrn. rrlr.ilf.ra.ia yomr Proa* "I' Oaaanl ati.l mako you foci 10 W (By PENNY NOLAN) CUTTING HINTS When cutting from a pattern you have designed from your Oi.su the following list of quas•llons will be helpiul In avoiding mistakes. Ask yourself these lions about your pattern l>elorc laying the pattern Qti Uw eloth. 1. Do all pieces include seam* wherever necessary? Note: Unless an edge Is to bo eut on a fold tt must have I an easy recipe for a vcr> economical pie. You can uae left-over meat or fish for th? stuffing and the paitrv is quit* •asy if you follow the instructions carefully PI'fTED PANTRY PIE Far UV pa -.1 1 y ; I lb. il..i,, I inn. I, of M || I rfi 1 Ubleafhoanfal of mari-*rliic (butter ar larsl) claaa lukewarm tralar fa lb. lard. Sift the flour on the kitchen labte er pastry board. Break an egg In tne middle of the flour, add I pinch of salt and 1 tablespoonful of margarine (or butter or lard) Work the dough until amoolh. With the rolling pin ml the pastry until u is more or less like a square sheet of mar, ', inch thick. Take some lard (mind that It is not cnldi and spread it with your hanc over all the sheet of pastry. Now take the bottom piece of the sheet and fold it over about 2 Inches wide, just as If you were hemming a dress. Spread some more lard on this, fold it over again. Spread some more lard "gain OB thenext fold and so on until yog have the p. this. Warm a knife on the fire and cut it a; shown in the digram Tiike half of the rut stripe and start rolling it until it will loo* like th.. BE CAREFUL that the part where it i.as been cut is on the top Leave the two rolls of paatry on the kitchen table for about one hour. Prepare your stuffing and then take the rolling pin and one roll of pastrv. Put a tiny bit of flour on the kitchen table or pastry board. Put some more flour on the rolling pin HUT NONE ON THE ROLL OF PASTRY. Roll the pastry until it i about '4 11.cn thick and put It a the bottom of the cake tin. Fill the cake tin with meat or Bah and white sauce or whatever you want to use for stuffing and cover with the other roll of pantry. STIFFING. l i lb. minced meat or flsb marrarine pepper white sauce I Uble-poonrml grated cheese. Frv the meal or lish with a bit of margarine. Season with pepper Make a thick white aauc* and add nbout one tablespoonf 111 of grated cheese. Mix the white th the meat or fish. Fill the cake. tin. Cover with the pastry. This pie is very good also wiU: a stuffing of custard and any. kind of jam you like. Why don't dc all round li you try. The children will love \ \ y fa each round. r '" %  H [ wfl A LBBBT Your Baby And You By SISTER CHARLOTTE Balhine An Infant ReajairemeaiU: A plastic apron. Low chair. Bath, one third full of water. Temperature 100' F. Chair with babies dean clothes and napkins well aired. A tray or basks* containing — Cot ton-wool in a container Powder in a box and a cottonwool puff. A container to hold any Boiled ear and nose swabs. Zinc baby t and castor oil cream or miseptic lotion. ok. ::nd Row: 2 dc into each dc. 3rd Row: 1 dc into each dc. h 5th Rows: As 3rd row. THE CROCHET HAT Materials: Coats Chain Mercerround, increasing 7 dc evenly in 1 dc into each ch across, fasten off. Crochet No. 2S. 4 b, ( lls Selected each round. TASSELS Colour. 2 bills Contra;ting ColRepeat last row until piece With selected colour, make 2 ovir. Milwards Steel Cnchct Hook measures 51 in. (14 cm.) In diamcups for tassels. Starting at centre No 'J. (Sliick workers could use eter moke 2 ch. a No. 1,). Use double thread Next Row: 1 dc into.each dc \H Row; 6 dc into 2nd ch from a No. | t ). t'te double thread all 1. und. Repeat last row until r ihroucfceuL piece measures 5, in. (14 cm.) Tension 10 dc and 10 rows I deD from starting point. in Next Row: 1 dc Into each dc. Abbreviations eh—chains; de— decreasing 10 (!—•tease fatten off double crochet mis. i dc, 1 dc Into next dc). With contrasting colour, make ^ t each dc all '"to 2nd ch from hook work 1 dc. this year. newspaper during the SEWING CIRCLE DULL ENGLISHMEN? cloth In one piece you have more opportunity to change the style to pi the cloth. Therefore always lay out all pieces before culling anything. M Ow %  wrinkles the material less along tna •da* lo be cut. While cuttitt K hold the pattern and material j!„t on tintabla ef %  — <* 2S ss. S&artug 1 ^ ^'hlhTjnu.lSS"' ''' '•' y '-'"""> >" • .ck. Avoid or %  it>lo 11 rciuircd. „ tiiikling. Leave Iho ulicrii plmnrih. J^aag&aVSa When you have cut all the pieces make your sewing easier bv marking carefully. Mark alf darts, pleats and style details. Mark I ntra Yont and rentr c back with a basting thread of a dUkwront (0I0111 than the material so that II will show clearly. This basting should be left In until the dress is finished. The decision as to the method ol marking style detail* depends on the material. Most materials may be marked on the wrong side with IJOW nice to return to the metro. la company of the dull English r no , h t n kw ^ y male after week among the gallant Latin lovers. The idea that the Frenchman 11 more chivalrous to women than the Englishman is nonsense. Ha will steal %  taxi right under your nose slam restaurant doors in your face, if he is not trying to Impress you; elbow yon relentlessly aside in a queue, ami race you to the lait seat in the Soap in a covered dish. Bauy brush and comb. Safety pins, nail scissors and orange sticks. A large towel. 1 wo warning flannels. Two pails for soued mpkius anc B basket for soiled clotnes. A babies' chamber. Tne child is undressed and potleu. Tne u.tuv is tnen ui a large town. The lace ana ear* are gvntiy swabbeu witn a special i.icv cioui, ana tne eyes are swabDaa wan oanc laiton lrum the inner corner ouiwarus; a fresh pau for eacn eye. Anomer snrea Qf wool also uippca in tne lotion is used for esicn nostril. Tha face is then dried, special attention being paid to the csars. The head Li tnen held over the bath with the left hand and the hair u soaped with tne right hand, gently rinsing it witn a 11 wnile still holding the head over I the bath. After drying tne hair thoroughly, with well soaped hands pass them over the neck, body, and legs with special attention being paid lo tne creases above the knees and in the the groin. (If the cord is not yet separated this area is kept drv. if It has. the umbilicus la thoroughly washed.) Turning him over towards you. soap the back and buttocks. Now, taklntt the baby in the crook of your left arm, and holding the baby's (eft arm with your lotl hand, support the buttocks with th" rignt hand and lower him into the water. Rinse off the soap with the body flinnel. and after a minute of two take him out of the water. Place him face downwards and carefully dry him. turning him on his back when you ore finished to dry his chest and creases. Powder him, and look after any sore spots that need soothing with lotion or cream. He is now ready to be dressed. It is not always that your baby's cord separates In time for your departure from the nursing home and you should know how to look after the area. A few inches of water, only are put Into the bath and the baby is rinsed carefully, being sure that no water wets the cord. After tha hand, buys you flowers or flatters bflbv ... Wuahei ," 0 you with delightful compliment^o? *"*!, Vn?n d or^uiH, unless he has an ulterior | put around it. This dressing la usually sprinkled with some asmotiv The Englishman may be unromantlc. But how nice to be given a seat in the bus once more; to be shepherded safely across the road; have one's parcels carried, and doors held open once again. tnngent powder or lotion and the dressing is then folded like u packet around the cord. It is kept in position by a crepe binder which la stitched. A binder la r.ot necessary after the cord haa separated, unless ordered by the back neckline? IUiere a him. facing or cuff for the bottom of the sleeve? Has a facing been planned for the collar? Do all pieces have grain (straight of goods) linen plainly marked? T. If a button-down-the-rront '•, has allowance been made for lap and seam or facing and ts centre front linemarked on pattern'* i. Has a belt been planned' If you can answer all the abov-questions in the afllrmative. your pattern should he ready to cut by. Ir.iciiLg i-arbon paper made especi-1 dear, your koorfrlmd ^Mrs. Clarke's Column la he la*LiB Interest? 'My baymy dear. I feel could be so much you spend your time trying to (nemi ntvar pays any attention better answered by the "Family make an impression on the boys to me when we arc alone togelliDoctor." Do write lo him and I nnd that she Just acts In a natusjr. Yet. when we go to parties am sure he will do his very bes'. lal way. Relax and be natural, or visiting friends he is always to advise you in the best possible Be interested in the opposite sex so affectionate, stays with me and way. Lack of the proper and in what they say and do. Be N pays me all torts of attentions, correct knowledge may causa t-ood listener and do not try lo bo you think he is losing Interest many upsets, both mental and push yourself. Remember that ln me? It makes me doubt hi* physical. men never like to feel that they love." Jealous heart. -My Kirlfriend ar e being chased but that thev To "Warried" Perhaps, mv || vet > popular and has many do^the chasing themselves. So, shy and boyfriends and I llnd that I am do stop pushing yourself and you To prepare" your* materiaf preUy for cloth and'a tracing wheel. lit Is'only whan a Il in a crowd not as popular as she. This makes will find that hko your girlft i.-n.l shrink and preas. lie sure n 1Re sure to test this on a scrap of that he 1* able to enjoy your comme very jealous of her. and alyou will also be very popular free of wrinkles and that the material to determine whether the 1 pony and has the courage to show though I know she not very with the opposite sex. selvage* are straight, colour shows through and whether, his tnse feelings. If he is so obgood looking and does not dress If you are cutting your skirt by >• teeth of the tracing wheel will viouslv interested Ln you in pubus well as 1 do. I cannot underTo -Bride." At present, my measurement, mark off the length m > our material. For delicate'lie. 1 feel vou can be assured rtand why she should have all dear. I am preparing some required to cut the skirt beforematerials always use tailors' tacks that he is really in love with you. the fun. Lverybody says that 1 pamphlets that will give you all laying out the blouse pattern. Do or crossed pins to avoid marring. His shyness needs much underUrn the pretty one." the information you seek. You not cut of? skirl length until you vou have limited time, plan standing and patience on your Now. Jealeus Heart, you must realise that I cannot answer your have laid out the rest of the pal-I to cut at one time and mark at pnrt. Trll him you are worried get a grip OD yourself. You are very personal problem here. Any:ern as you may And vou have another lime, but do keep your I at times. I'm so sure he will reprettier and dress better than way. do not worry but write again 1 material for the stvle material smooth and flat and all assure you about his love. •/OUT girl-friend — ye, she is tho soon and I will let you knowplanned. While-you still have tha Ugelher. I To "Mill* M." Your problem, popular one. It seem* to me that where you can get a copy. GET IT INTO YOUR HlAD! Tl.' re ; nothing in tha world -o elegant ami n-fn^hitif; . YARDLEYrV^LAVENDER the world moil Famous Lavender • :.. ur'unrf ui'ii IW.(w IV.:.rUni,: Sy B-t Sol/. Uulin, r*.*r T* ml nin VIRL LEI % %  OLD BUND STBIiT.LONDOK Local Dlalrtbuton: 1.1 Mini AGENCY CO.. llUrbadoal LU. r.O. B01 IT AMD YOU CANT GO WRONG! The regular use of I an.111.1 Hair Food will, by its action on the roots and scalp, nou'ish eery hair gland and encoura;e richer growth. U provide* nourivhrnent 10 the Kalp and rtair roots and corrects such troubkt as DANDRUFF PARTIAL BALDNESS THIN A FALLING HAIR The daily application of this Hair l %  results unfailingly In a really beautiful gloaay head of hair. LANALOL No. I With oil (Yellow Labal) lor dry scalp. LANALOL No. 2 Without oil (Green Label) fer hair that it naturally oHy — aif "far* and tooling. LANALOL CREAM (Blua Label). A K ay hair dreuif NALOL SOLIDIFIED (BakaUU bos) An ideal flaat *• LANALOL SOAP SHAMPOO (Red Label). A liquid soap de las*. Lanalol"* '' %  "" %  """M.y.y.;;NCE' 'Joyance' is probably the most famous children's sandal in the world today. It is simply and sturdfy made from strong, supple leather, and thick plantation creperubber. Its design and shape was the result of a scientific survey of hundreds of children's fe*L It's a lovely sandal. SANDALS MADE BY C* I. CLARK LIM1TEO. -,"P tNGLAND _a lOCl*OINTI '., a CO. nAAlADOS KIDNEY TROUBLE Here'i a rntdldM ipaclilly for It . U %  •moot wnarwttk r— •iaarjv tmactO, mmm MM IMT —a omea ii arl, NartacM .lllljl (IT. ra, na*j aaaa a ja % % %  i ^ ,— •Dcfe a* backacka, a. MM: atwras wuh adding :Thatl Math Wllwawwas. bey* grow fail to perform fiincboo of bail harmfal Lmp. rnttm. Yess TitaJ organa to aormaj axtrrtty j by taking; Da Wkf I Piata. %  They act diracdy oa HW • kidneys and yea will fan > v,ukty It* tta (wd Ikwy are doing. 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SUNDAV, MAIIH M, 1S32 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAOE SEVEN Peasant Proprietor Not Guilty 0 irepace 1 Hi I idsluu upheld Mr Walcott's objection, and Mr. Recce replying said all he meant wm that the submission made by learned Counsel was one which ~*. n s^TSSftd ,w .5r ft • ** %  — %  they accept the tory told by the ul"y... Headley group", then that waa C J Summing Up how It happened Summing up Hi* I.ordship Mr. There was no question of killJustice Taylor said — inf In the minds of the men. "Mr. Foratnan and gentlemen <>i teeing that each had the opporthe jury, the prisoner is charged tunity 10 strike first, but the prowith murder for that he at the minent thought in then mlnda parish of St. Thomas on the 18in wai to get the bananas. day of January* 1M2 murdered A Neck Tie Duncan Headley. It did not matter who turned Now you have listened lo two first, and it was'a lad that they very long addresses by both held the banana!., that they Counsel, but two very able adclinched. and that one held the dresses, and you and 1 now have other in a "neck tie*. our difficult tasks to perform, and It was a matter for them to dewe are greatly indebted to both elde who was doing the warding Cotjneel for those two addresses oft. but he would suggest that bwcauMdoubtless many points the man with the Mick WM doing will he present either for or -gainst fcnct ^ Uw the warding off and defending the accused which had not ocManslaught ManMoutltwn one of the Angers of the accused sl.iUghUM. Here you haer these two men. And of course g aat V asnaa, tli a long feud between them—you is considerable evidence, perhap* forget that for the moment—the yvu ..U agree with me In thk accused had lauTered at the CM „. ( that there wag a suddet. — h ? n ?" ?! Ihe d ^*^ rt '. ****** quarrel and that the two of thaw person deliberately oi * the Now on the hoad and carw ,„ io^ UU | about and in th... aforethought. that is murder Malice aforethought means the intention to kill or do some great bodily harm and it may be expressed or impl.t-d Express malice is where by a formed !" .nd malic a. implied by law v, the * % %  •* *^HL^22S; ... thrust into the drew deliberate a L „^,J'^,l>. 1 !" i^ d !ir^-SP£ "" %  '" >1J ' U* ' *"•> %  bananThat iscleaa* (rain the of ***""* '<*> !" t '*•! th *n* r evldance entered Ihe body accidcnlly. in SBaSESSs 1^2 -MM f teSt\tw my part. Of course I would be ,n mrwl and the executoi eonvicted for the murder of that M.lke If I pul poison deliberate!) hirneelf from the man knife There was no Intention of murthough of course yoi der, the idea was to get the bathe law from me. cepted that Now, you have been very after the told you will go only by the evi,*„„. „_„„ IU( iden auarrel flaht ,rom Curacao and they patched (struggling, in the heat of l>ai %  ••ill .\l *K> ,(„,•..,., i,kii- won h> rUMI-a-l in . > ... .^ .... —' 4 .i 1KB dm,, hrnii t... i I ,1.. 1 .. ._ %  %  <_ nanas. but if they the two men wei banana-, and in the heat of the dence which you have heard in lnd nnr ,,,„„ lhr othpr w _argument -hey clinched, and Una Court and not by anything „„,„ greatly provoke, another night have heardoutb y some personal violence and so on. and the other immediately kills him. the law says that is man slaughter. So that where told to carry on. Therefore nobody uld get any.' The accused saM ..wing W me and I have been leU a share in the land. 1 have a right to go and cut them. Matter Settled There E H flatatl 'hat just bfai on to struggle .ind I thirl „, _fter the MftM | death he cut a roil w.ll come to the concluaior will take auiva the malice. In manslaughter bunch of bananas and that Kuilse tli.it there was a sUuggle for tv there if no malice. Voluntary protested, but nothing was done long lime, if you come to the "" %  man. Also where a person wilfully stabs another without %  uffllent provocation or in self deill imply m dice, the unlawful Ith the curredto vourmindj, and the las. ^ elonll>us kmm o1 noth „. has been ^Jo joujilwithout malice. In murder you ere holding on, whether by lall>K or ducking or anything els* nd the knife entered the body i nut guilty. If he made a deliberate blow in the heal o passion, you will remember tlv evidence in the case — that taaaa til manalaughter is where two perabout t* 1 1 Another brother came clusim that while they wen . t ... fa^m f*,i %  >aj.^A atlfi tllpl 1 a.Qfi^naVl afni.l^Khal In fta-an Wa_i aT a. be ixsnacientioua t,. th.dun wfakh onabie person and heing under the hanos. Ranawaber the evidence ways, Now u my chance, that h The j^pui., smgsi Seing Uiafs wwJga you 11 Bud N Iv WMj to ierform. and lastly King's peace, with n.tlice aforeon that point. One witness demurder. If you ttnd that in the classes are aga.n gUrgcUU BtW*"" CO, Rlghl "l _l"P_ "1 %  f had a duty to resolve thought, express. .i .mpheil. In icrtbai b< the deceased raised heal u( passion in the i.uugg.c h* comers f. im beginatunnlng valuaa any reasonable doubt"they had in other words, where one klUs anthe stick ilh both hands and of *:.uiK the blow without known. „i,ig sometime In Apid. Hav. tfMiXHY and U of the r^iaoner. other with malice aforethought, cour that in or realising that the knife waa Ur If on the other hand they were thai is murder. If anyone unlaw1 the deceased nd bitten off hi* hand, that would *convinced that the prosecution had fully kill* another with I ..iHMI nuiilui phoned *7 and enrolled' ^hgUlNEl* NaTTTING for head This la what* to learn indeoend%  ovenng and Bolero slyl wraps, nee In pattern making ito your Attractive Motifs lor your fca*tcr own size) dre*h designing and FNcning Wear rc shown in Flowmbroidery. And you'll l-nn era, Birds. Stars. And here s the iow to CUt a skirt atraight frirn -urprise for you remembei it a Up measurements—no paper pa ROM WIDE CLEARANCE ern for this Singer Scwi | ..nd it means prices are wy, way \cademy u m the James Lynrh Jown low aod value the highest Huilding on McGregor SI. It') yOuVe ever knowi nay you to take a few minute. Wilson & Co. nd go In. In this itont there's alwayi • <-.omcth.ng new. Always something Holiday clothes •uggest colourdifferent and always .-onwUnii*. till ahirta among other things. At that you need and want to buy ihe LONDON SHOP on Lower (.. W. HUTCH1NSONS are daV Hroad St. there's a huge variety (laying a very beautiful piano, of Elite Sea Island Cottons and have you seen It? Made in EngFancy Sports Shirts — picture land, fully Tropicaliied In a rich prints, tropical scenes — every Muhogany Cabinet, this la one of i It — at N E lion > thing Im the time being he pushed the knife into the rteand then nothing being done up untied man's body, that would b to the 18th of January he goes to manalaughter. cut the bananas He cuts the A* I said already. If you find llrst bunch, puts it down and that he said. 'Now Is my chance id of him.' that is m %  1' 'in under lh,. sun and tip-top .due. Socks. Ties, How Ties an I tie Linen Hankie* are natural ccespnilee for the Fine Tweed*. Worsteds and Tropical Esttfatn custom-tailored and ready-made This It %  man's shop and that means everything for men.. .. it renowned CAKLTON llanos < and HuU'hinaou'* have onl> um ..liable) Among th Hardware is usually u* be found attrsctive Canadian and Amcni m Items and atrcu is laid tnefflrlent service. the accused held the other in a which you i "neck-tie' and pushed home the ude and It Is on the evidence knife, it would be -plain; undlwhich you have heard In the luted murder." Court that you will go on th .t and manslauehter So ihnt U -K i' oe lo cut the second bunch. The t There was no question nf an h l a \on*. riefly the facts In the ma^mSE^Drovoke* -.nThW^tJ Scceased at the Instigaliun of d accident in that case. case are that the father of th,^ ^ SErttSSZiwFvE! Bu,lsc ,ako "' ,ho •*""" ind U %  Neck-tie" or no "neck-t.c". if aC cused died in June. 19M. toawSe "w iiH n S MI „, TS-SI?' P uts lh m ,, M ^'^ Th the two men were clinched tom g fl n acre and three roods of £r £ he W p !" ^,,^.'. Ts^nViE't %  uwd nnd ,ul ,h '" *" P 1 *' gether. the stick could not then Und H e made a will and one of SriJ.". thTkilTii i Ih.rh^J n havp '' ht *l** remain under the arm of Uie dehll „„. Oliver Gibbs. waa ap%££& *£. £ Urdtr ^^i^ !" be ffZ* k \* !" nt *'*? provoctio... ^SosATSXd '• teautur owed the accused some ,(,, t,, P defendant i time to reflect passion and hi t, that would be i""'" 1 *• me—Mi y. vv ,nUl snn ^ m LHiver uioos, woe apotherwise t— ceased. No one. even the contespoinieii rxe cutor and it would apmansl mirhVr tanta, who could sy exactly ^. r „,.,, Wllh hls de;itn thc oc 1 i OI what took place Murder What happened in the clinch? One man sags at the knees, and slumps to the ground, what hapwitness in the case and the wife pened. Is a matter for you, and 1 of Duncan Headley whom the acsubmit that if you accept that cused is charged with murdering evidence, it is a pure case of „n the 18th of January this year, murder and nothing else. -I submit that in this case Profits Shared there could be no question of on the testator's death the dcmanslaughter. The lethal weapon CC ased and Eulise were living on Just II hi Bsrueh. the M m.m.h.ughter Self Defence Now the defence has also been put to you hy Mr Walcott abou' the case of self d.fcm. If Uv. light upon a sudden quar s5S^KS-ftS St. apM -j-.*' %  '--' r . only *•• accused, but tot< j. Deceased goes and lakei dagsrfw of has self control any ,,„. bananas. He objects, saying, reaassnable man under the ciri hove cut one bunch and you cumstonces. (ake u RWny j cut a nuthe. I iaswgl Provocation JJ* ou c "" not ^ *" *•"' have lo ask yourselves In The deceased had his stick you find r;uso< to strike the accused. It which was Just a weapon ben, c i^^ „„) working her share came a dangerous weapon at the by agreement, sharing the profits considering the tacts time when the mind of Ihe man w ,th Oliver Glbbs and taking a them from the evidence that th. •-~i*-.T..,7, If you took the view that me Oliver Gibbs the Executor, told I h c m was man had a knife in his hand, and ^j. , r^p (he crops she had in enough lo lead the other man rushed madiy ,( 1( |...... .. MH U4M>M .. ,...I. ...." upon him, it is no manslaughter. Iand *.a___ i*4i_ h did as you find provocation ;md ha* already taken %  wry ona bunch of bananas now reasonable perc ,,mine to take jiway another the land to continue workuig the son to do what Ihe accused did i,,,,„ M It is a oucstinn for vou ruling into >g&SS* <" "> *' d b, b > &*"£4L<* S^~^ to "* ""^ '"" """^ "^ '" to avoid entering furlru rtrugglc and altempls to retreat %  i. HI and he finds that |u U an la no means open lo him It .lt4.i ur. cienpe nnd he turn* to avoid flu up destruction and kills the other. thai is self defence. Vou will know gentlemen In such a case o loan retreats nnd tries to get awnv to avoid a struggle ahd iu.lv when he finds his own life :. ,1 Lingered, if he does not rir the taw allows you to fill mdei those circumstances. I 'iiggtet to you. although it Is a niatser entirely for you—If tl l> a suggestion I make on the fact you can take it or reject it as yob please I suggest In you hat In this ease ihe facts do not warrant the other with what would happen regard Apparently the accused objected lion and stabbed him. to this and you will remember If of course you Judge: Would you tell the jury thot Mr Wa f cotl pointed out to reasonable doubt a Mr. Reece. whet It would be In you how ^^ £.. 6b ^ ctioo BW er to l lto pul him in ild deprive rage him. not him that case Mr. Reece: "I will come on to thai Sir. If the facts are such as I set out above. It is no offence. Assuming that they clinched. ; questic ntertain any a i onp but as would deprive any to the anr eas.nable man of his self eonyou should tro | [f >1)U tind that thc"the facts, nnd if you was. There were fights and quarCve the benefit of Ihe doubt to u,.'" facts'"and" if 7** nnd lh,t rels and law suits between the [he accused as you will TememHM— fart^ are sufficient to deaccused, Jane Murray and their D#r both counsel vary strongly nr ,..an< reasoneble man. an> family on the one side and the DU t 1 >ou that any reasonable L.,.. who would find himself in fviden deceased and Eulise and her ferndoubt /hould be given to the JJgg circumstanceof his sail '" conlml you would ^> not guiltv __ convicted in this ,n ,n possibility of manslaughourt for biting off one of th* ** r you have to take into account An An aMatl fliufers of the accused. tht weapon use,i and all the cirw ou ttnd that that is sunVcient About 4.13 p.m. on Ihe 18th of ou mrt ? nce ? of ,h CB, nn ** •* %  > and that the uccused stabbed Oae Janttiry. the accused cut a bunch !" d *"• law o' reasoning must ,1,.,-eaBtd, that is ^ufheient to rend put it on the ear • !" on "ble relationship to d ,,,_ lliir c which woulo hedgerow and went to cut another *", v ocalion for the offence to he "T ta ^ mur dor to man. bunch. At the instigation of Eulise r f"ol to manslaughter. The ",.,,,„i,,_. i w, (UC that U clear. If He asked the Jury to dicard Headley the deceased carried the w ' doctrine of provocatinn %  aod they "turnbled ndt he other ^" tha~ofW >M*. InlatfwSl uaed. Of course" in consideirS^lwUni? snd q m l ey feT/illo d *-' - victed in thi, g * poaslbihtyof man-.aughIhe other got stuck, no offence whatever. Therefore there is no case of manslaughter. Self-Defence of Self defence. There is no evidence of the accused trying to avoid this struggle The only evidence li the statement of He lie thai he was backing away. You remember she says he sea< hacking away while Inniss %  ayhe was advancing. Of course thin may be evidence of trying to avoid the struggle, but thai is otdv evidence of taking a few atcpi backwards. It is only wh nine up against something and cannot run any more thai the law allows you to kill Th not allow you lo kill except to "awe your own life As safe as Milncrs can nuke il nnd that means very sate MllNBHS DOCUMENT SAFES have 'ust com* In to S p. Musann Son • Co. Ltd. Dial S7I3 and aak to 5-Star wonder car by FORP .,.,(, ,„ Daiid Hutchinson. He'll shipment is at Chs. Mr( splaln and teler show you the Creating a new *umdard •> motoring — not lust anothii uc\ That'g the claim of CCNSI'I lb Eneamey's now In colours rangunusual features, lh,. tremendtiusfrom Black lo Caribbean [v ,imnit rnnstructin and hw Sand. Alan Trotter dial 4493. .,,„ body consist, of a S1NIJI.K *11 giv,. you a catalogue only %  BTsW, riATK. Kev or Comlltle less attractive ihnn the binatlon Locks arc tiptloiwl. BeONSU1. li has the whole atory h lnf) th r locking mechanism i -hs. McEncarney & Co, Ud. haw Milner* Improved Moislui. Ctol he cars The wh-l n thing Is an ,,r a Hng ( Non Conducting. Fireimple. roallr. Cho.^se your colpmurttng Composition. If you mr nnd yourr the fortunate .^ M f r — y,^ | .wner of th P rar of Ihe year Electro plated Spoons. Forks. It a new, new bicycle et a low, I Knives, the vary newest of new iow price and there's very fev You're fashion's, dreaui-f irl in I ihem, I may say. It's the Menu Cycle that bringa this fresh .'nception of vidue to BaihadiM. k complete tool kil and pump. iiclosej gear case and an entiret new rear-brake mechanism BI* II .,iT.(.l at u price to beat the ind. Choice of Black and Oreen nid built to last In th P Tropic. in atnarl ittloiirs and McCaul Cycles are at K. J Hamellue ..t |1.4I, IV wide. Smith Ud. on Bridge St. phone • t748 Better get around there, ke Parade this Easter, anon as you can' hlnimnli at tinCentral Ian /oiium .HI Broad St. There's a full augc of Rod|wa*a Cutlery in Cauuens or individual pieces. From Janada comes Beattv. the 11 EATI'Y WASHING MACHINE built or a fife time and only SZAB. You ihouid make a point of seeing bis. Oil Cloth Is BUO among th* iow .UTival pNDnj leading if you II ii n I to start in good timm n*y upon a Smith Alarm clock lo rrmad vmi nghi on timcf This haiwWomc alarm. M W 1>A>N, goes for V) IHMII* al one winding. In, ream, hlue or green i '•i"i %  iled iHllBgs, it has a 4-inJi dai w.uluit luroktaeg aumciaU Alv) j\iinOW noii-lMininuuS. Lhgn-onette... A firm, young, rounded silhotictte II fashions ideal-and i Uii'Mi'i-itgivf* you 'in il lhal! I 'ircutar atitching round* tln^e precious rurvrs of yours; •poked center cups g>0 wondrrful accentuation! Choose fhaneonette* lodgy in yor favorite fabric... i. i :niinr Meldenfotm Inn sierea are made only in the I'nited Stiles of America. '.here ia %  %  lor evgry lypa of figure. DILL-HEADED M>Sm-aw^ to give up the bananas and would 'not allow the accused lo enter l.ife I .,:!.,.,. %  .,. .. Recce has told you he wai Do you think that lib dnnger—this he with s such dan... plunge thi the provocation which you fought for them or been depnyea ia m #> mlo | hp 0 n e, man* And 111 have to consider of them, perhaps 1 should say, but r vou „. op that his life waa In I will read to you a passage a *tlck was descending on him n sucn danger, then it is self dehlch describes what kind of you believe that that was sufficient [,.„.. otfeirwuwl il la not aelf rovocatlon you should look for. lo deprive ;i reasonable man of hi* defence. I suggest th.d m this "Provocation is some act or aelf control that he would plunt case there is no question of self series of acts done by the dead u knife into the other man, he defence. Of course If you find -L Smif/i/f/akmd ^ W hMJ IHIII***) nd <>I kt>ni 1th* haul Ur wtningiHi %  fam.u. IWI Kalnr, IVa. Wmm k i-nwiawgnssai )"' .* %  '••>• %  lrrrd of gMMSM "'! %  "• -Mi (mil U*J bentr-snd wtvi brtl" UtllasUsKidatyPaUltds*. ia* Dodds Kidner Pills • •and the deceased and demanded of each man standing his ground R| hanaruu, r m.. he *hst ha ,n defence of himself they 6 ,ood J^^X tus7Jt5r tin? '"'-TV. d C K Ien ^Li l 2L *2 !" i; *sccond bun^h ' bananas, anyand if in the clinch and strugg e Fu| „ / one was injured and died, trieris no offence to answer. rawf ftrtaSt Mother, if would'be STJSSi'SfSZl^S^JSi mtn to the accused which'would wou'wV'guilty not of murde, manslaughter, but if it happened _-„,.__-_ h „ ,__ rt jn lh '",." cause any reasonable person and but of manslsughter as Inniss said, it is pure, simple #-*''%?.?, e £^ ?n?-£., %  c,,1 11 ? CttUW the accuae sudden _—^ %  murder ! r.u .J^hJ^.S lo 9 ' ? clf conlrtt| ,hu r dc| iintliuien. if daaui result Irom He submitted that on the to <-"' another bunch. ng the accused 80 lo spMk no „ liglll upon a sudden quarrel, the evidence before them, there WHS Evidence Conffirting master of his or her mind." person who cau>ea doatn i gen on* or othor of two verdicts, guilty Erom this stage on the evidence Case Uu Read erally guiliy of maiuOaughiei puiy. of murder or not guilty at all No '* very conflicting But there can ..r^, me distinguish some nf •>"' ^ evidence show, |ksji manslaughter. b* no doubt that there was some o,, ,„,„ wmch p 1)VO ,. atinn m there wathe malicious intention At the invitation of His Lord* ina r striiggle between the de| aw is not Circumstances which on the part of the prisoner who snap. Mr. Reece dealt with the ceased and the accused in the merely predispose of some act is cause death to the person, he is uuestion of provocation, and sugc?" !" ' which the deceased renot enough Mr. Teylor read guilty of murder. All sUuggh; grated that in this case there waa f^** *"*">< ""<* " It case law. tn anger, and all fightings are unjustified in order to protect hiroh ~* %  %  -—"• 'i „wf.d and as such in such atrugleil m driving the knife into the _ted, than you will any so and I am suggesting to you gen* tion as I say, gg ceived a wound under no provocation breast, causing his death. It In conclusion Mr. Reece refl ^J ^ r .i, ,h t l lh C K d c !?? e< L Wafc minded them that the prosecution rmed w '* %  *<* but did not inflict any that the accused had as his ublect the gelling of the bananas and having lost the first bunch as Mr Reece puts to you; If you find he changed his mind and waa out la kill the deceased or to give him a tremendous beating liecause, remember that a parson who i attacked cannot gauge everything with exactitude, but if you think that th* C tnnce* were such that h< to Ul. U mtauto. and th (M StSBSL^i^Si E SS Bporaiimnj'. witnraoa alao afrce that whn Jury a Lrtity the two men clinched and cami The alao had a duty to thc together the accused wa, holdln,. community lo "well and truly try m hH right hand the knife will the laiue UtwMl your Sovereign w „| ch he had cul hc lwo bunche Lady the Queen and the pmoner of banana*. at the bar. The could not fall In Murder ha> been defined wher that very lmporunt dut)-. Ther. a peraon of Bound memory an. waa alto a duly to themscivo, to discretion unlawfully kills a reas%  So aaaumlng that you found lawful and aa such, in such struggle defendant did strike the gle, the death of one person I* blow, was there such provocacaused by thc uniiitcnuonal act of "-educe the another although the inlenuor •" that that Is tm CM* of killim to manslaughter. Here In M~U ciuse^death, the person ' %  ,?'''"" SL/^StSS this case you wlU remember that „„i„i Heath Is Blilty of man"' u,l> c .~*. would nol luatify the defendant cut two bunches of .f^SJJ 1 " • you considering that he wu In hsafiaaua which riahtlv or wrona "l-'UIhter. ,uch daofler, at 4J0 In the axter?, the accusco cons dered hTh!d %  ?** %  ^M"* 1 ,, %  "" "", %  • """ Sft s riaSt In SET "I %  %  %  t """ Bul „f course even In a sudden ln „, In order tn protect himjwlf, awaf Ihe nr,t !" uncr,n? !" parrel. If you nnd that In thu h hl 1. drive the kn.f.. .,,>., S trying to take away the aacond 'udden quartel In Utb ija. Ihoujh dceiued. It is only In clrcumbuncfi In addition to that the was a sudden quarrel, that thi stamen such IJS thi.1. only where defendant tried to prevent th. uccused deliberately intending to lie had to protejl ho life that he deceased who raised his slick as Itel rid of thl man who cnuM all would be luatlfled in doing thai one witness describes with both this trouble. 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SUNDAY MARCH 3. IKi SJJNDAV .U)VlK \ II AT THE MUSEUM: CONTEMPORARY PAINTINGS MARMITE THE Exhibition of contemporary Wen Indian painting at the Museum is Uriel? Barbadian Tnu u no uncommon feature of such exhibition* that the locu* should be belter represented than adjoining colonies, where transport difficulties and inertia prevent potential exhibitors submitting paintings. The Trinidad Art Society has sent an interring reprmcntallve collection of worS of which the oils are well framed; there are ...so two paintings f r „m Aniigu.i Among the local i-ontnbuiora are visitors to the Island. T: e general Impression of the inhibition U food: there Is a wide variety of subject and technique, the latter vanes from the meticulous work of Rob*, i J. McLeod to tne dream-llkc Imprr %  tolUam of Muriel Mathieu. There is a h"* 1 .^* John Harrison by Carl UiuoWnnen rightly hung with a laurel wreath, a tribute to Harrison's many services to art in the Caribbean. Over this collection of paintings Harrison watches with a bland hau*-sm(lc, as though he approves of the art creations which surround him. Many of these might be described as his "children", for to tho younger aituits of the Caribbean he brought •yinpnthy. encouragement and understanding. His driving sense of the importance of art also Infected some more experienced and slightly dlsilluUoned artists. To the more academic and realistic pairriers Harrison had less 'to give* for they were unwilling'to meet him half-w.iv. But. in the long run even they ga.ned from the new Interest in art. for thejr work being the most straightforward and easily underload was the first to And new buyers Although Harrison is lost to the Caribbean, Im enthusiasm lives on In this, and, it Is to be hoped in future exhibitions. Among the oil paintings th<\> is some interesting work by O. c Stevenson, who snows landscapes .•nd portraits. His palette is quite unlike that Of any other exniuuur. and the effect of sun-drenched landscape is achieved by the use of clean colour. Elmer Jordan's painting continues to progress: apart from his Speightstown scenes, he 'exhibits a delightful sea-scape patterned with fishing boats, and, a still life In which the economy of colour used is remarkable. Ivan Payne's Speifchtstown Is an entirely different place to that of Jordan, and the work f these artists has nothing In common. For Payne, Speightstown is full of detail which he records for Its own sake. In "Bananas" and In "Coionut Trees near Trent's" Payne skilfully employs toneof green of different intensity to <_ JOHN HARRISON By Karl Broodhaotn nr+ULl?**^ ,^ th P alnUn work recently exhibited here, this hZO&y wcc **"[ ul ""d %  ranpainting gains enormously from cairn is created in each w'jich the technique employed and the is unruffled by the Trad* brteza. recession is" excellent: ine artist Is In be congratulated on the framing of his work Dorothy St. John's realistic _, treatment of coconut fronds in Of the work of Trinldadian "Lullaby" conveys the impulsion 5 !" f u P* 0 !" jr Hold r ' ^ unof the * ^'n* ruffled by a gentle doubtediy, the most exciting i n wind, and One dancing light on this exhibition. Here U a highly the sea has been admirably individual artist whose work has achieved in this painting and In elan not found in any other artist "Fish Row." Robert McLeods rein this exhibition. It Is to be cent exhibition Is too fresh in hoped that Geoffrey Holder will one's memory for new observacons.der giving another one-man lions, but in revaluing his pictures exhibition II the Museum. Cecily one must admire the amount of Fordes "Slipway" is well comcolour he gets into his shadows, posed and of unusual colour, for this only comes with lontf Muriel Mathieu's delicate and Inobservation. Eileen Hamilton dividual patterning in "Reflocshows an Interesting portrait, tions" and "Still Life With Saucer" there are two fine flower painting* Is responsible for highly decoraby Harold Connell and a flowertive work "Still Life wilh Tropipiece by E. A. Parry of till lain! cal Fruit is arresting. M. Wyke colour. which shows much is to be congratulated on the skilpromise. "Old Railway Bridge' by ful composition and subtlely of J C Bailey Is a very pleasant colour in this painting. "Twin painting: some of this artist's Palms T by Garner Francis is work recently exhibited here, this bolder m style than that of his painlings gains enormm, observation than M Kendall's time* also suffes fiom :t which no amount of paint can cavai Hat tfuab> of a Harbour I'^K-nnii and that of the much ilusby's Alley are both of lively interest. Of the drawings and watercolaurg, Madame deKuh's pencil work is unrivalled and studies excellent. A. Rot*sever il watercolours of UAUsi il harm, "Waterfall". "Patio" and "Sundown" being especially f note. Gordon Corbln has a good sense of the .. %  c f waterrolour and his work benefits thereby, for his drawings i watt i colours as a medium are not appreciated by many exhiba* tors, whose work varies from being tight and hard to being el messy. Because watorcolours are eaaly applied to paper it does not follow that this is a simple medium to use colours be employed t I ..wok of oil*. The work of A. E Taylor of Trinidad Is | ^O.H| example of the proper use of work has an almost 18th century quality and. by expert use of his medium he is able to light his work in a manner which gives pleasure to the visitor and is the envy o( his brother artists. Atf Codallo's romantic "Bathshoba" ha., about it a quality found in the vratfc of Jem Lu H unusual and arresting. Some of B. McD. McClean's work has a charming naivety, but "Sanctum Sanctorum St. Peter" n an exercise In architectural drawing only. and not a picture, for it i almost completely flat and devoid of lighting. Gsldc While shows a dcbghiful beach g>oup, Pe?fy Merrick seascapes have a clarity which w me exhibitors mignt study. Mrs Delamerc shows a land.-.ape of delicate colouring and Kathleen Hawkins a well balanced drawing of a donkey and cart. joo* ) Mirmiu It S Ifcai hip iok U >>Susitftod. vf..ir.i. (il tnS ChM tnhm e MnaAl tVo" M'>^n—4"S *• %  i,, theft, Oclt.ioiM f It \Y SiKKIT Iran Paynt Last, but by no mo ins least, there is the wort o • %  Brood h.igen. who miii! (list rtd congratulations on the award of a long delayed British Council tehola ship. Ho Is tho first local ..itist to bo io rewarded. Broodhagens sculpture Is strong ami thf warm colour of the pieces exhibited greatly anhames their In 1945 the art woild was startled by a Dutchman called Van Meegeren who claimed to have painted eight pictures which had been accepted as genuine seventeenth century Dutch paintings. Dr. Paul Coremans, Director of the Belgian Museum's Central Laboratory, showed the decisive part played by science in proving that the pictures were modem in a recent book, and Dr. Anthony Werner, n research chemist at tho National Gallery In London, summarised trie methods of detection In a BBC talk. Thar* -"<' four layers In a painting, starting at the back with the support of wood or canvas. The ground work usually consists of a layer of chalk (or gypsum) In glue, though white lead In a drying oil Is sometimes used. The paint layer Is essentially composed of particles of coloured pigment embedded In a suitable medium. Varnish comes last, enhancing the picture's brilliance and protecting it against atmospheric corrosion. Paintings of doubtful authenticity are tested In a museum laboratory. First comes examination through powerful binoculars to ascertain the general condition, the structure of the "craquelure"—a network of crackle which exists on every old painting—and the existence of any overpalntlng or ro-toration. Next come X-rays, the degree of their penetration depending on the nature of the paint used. If X-ray photographs reveal areas of paint bearing little resemblance to Uie superficial image further detailed investigation is needed, which Involves taking small samples of paint from tho pictures. The Van Meegeren support was found to be canvas. Potential buyers arc impressed by old canvas and fakers buy old pictures, clean off the original paintings as completely as possible to avoid detection by X-rays and paint on the supposedly old picture. Van Meegeren adopted this priictlce and under one pseudo-Venneer painting of "The Last Supper" remains of a hunting scene were found. Van Meegeren had bought a hunting scene by Hnnduis In 1940 and this had been photographed. When the protograph was compared with the clearly roi-ognisab! %  areas of paint that the X-rays showed to be lying under "Tho Last Supper" they were idcntic.il. The nexl examination was of the actual paint layer. This wa very hard and resisted the action of organic solvents as old paintings do, but tfrowed a porousness foreign to them. It also behaved oddly when treated with strong alkali— and acids for seventeenth century paintings would be severely attacked by these whereas the paint layer of his picture tu unaffected. I became clear that his medium was unique and the key to the mystery of. his technique lay In it. After many analytical tests It was established that he used a synthetic resin ATLANTIC RHAPSODY first patented In 1907 When dealing with such a medium, an artificial craquelure which Is superficially convincing can bo produced by rolling the painting round a cylinder. The craqucluru of a really old painting contains a mixture of dust fatty material and particles of disintegrated varnish collected by time. The craquelure of the suspected paintings contained a blackish substance, a sort of Ink which, owing to the porous nature of the medium, had diffused into the i %  i>:nt on either side. Pigments are not a sure guide in proving age for intelligent fukcrs use those known to the artists whose work they are Imitating. Van Meegeren used only pigments known In the seventeenth century but in two samples of blue taken there were traces of cobalt. NOW, there gn two blue pigments ront.nnmg cobalt. Smalt. In use at that time, and Cobalt Blue, a later pigment discovered In 1802. and further analysis showed that Van Meegeren s blue was undoubtedly Cobalt Blue. He had unconsciously used a sample of ultramarine which had been adulterated with Cobalt Blue. Further examinations were made under the microscope but Dr. Werner had said enough to convince listeners of the value of the skilled and patient work carried out by the scientists who reveal the faker's deception. K. J M Removal Of Import Duty Of Fishing Equipment Urged I '.:.' %  pOSStSsMI PORT-OF-SPAIN. M.i a* One of 58 recommendations made at the conference of Fisheries Experts of the Caribbean which concluded at Kent House yesterday afternoon, asked that Terntorw.1 governments give urgent consideration to ihc removal of the import duty on equipment used In the Fishing industry. Another asked that Territorial governments be asked to review the existing pric c control regulations for fish with a view t-.' removing them. The con fen-nee. which began Monday J.< -mimended that the Caribbean Investigate the possibility of launching a joint effort of territorial and metropolitan agencies to explore fisheries sources of Caribbean offshore waters. In considering the ;n for technical exploration and development of new fisheries, the conference laid stres on training fisheries officers. Among recommendations on thai point were an annual seminary for technical offli er for the exchange of ide is and d >ta on the organisation of technical education programmes such as Utose conducted by the Food and Agriculture organisal training eantt* and U.-mi.iiBtr.iBett. Another recommendation of interest asked that in vie* of n dence that the fl*h suj v l of! Britain Guiana ware btlnj daptelrd, that hrr iNm.l Ml | D mently rcqueMud to take immediate action with the virw %  obtain *r i' at I. h landed from theat territories affected—British Oaiana, atartinlque. 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I'\(.l EIGHT SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. MARCH M. IH2 ittKK MHft faa AUVU tfK lull II % %  §"'—'—'"'""HllB'l III Sunday. March 3*. 1*52 IMMI li A 11 % 1m\ THERE |g %  conflict of opinion which be settled before any progress can be made Witt) ni(!usiM.il 01 other economic development in Barbados. That conflict of opinion has n-sulied in a state of suspicion and mist nisi which is the reverse of the conditions necessary for economic development. What is holding up private investment in new industries in Barbados is lack of confidence in the government's intentions with regard to investors in general. It is not true, as some peop'e assert, that there is a great deal of money looking around for investment in Barbados. Most of the money available for investment locally is already employed. Only one thing, M far as investment in new undertakings in Barbados is concerned, is abundant, and that thing is uncertainty ne is uncertain. Even local businessmen do not know what plans to make about expansion until some decision has been made about the deep water harbour. And investors from outside do not consider that Barbados has enough to offer. The investors in London for example .wired from setting up new indusr.vvc for several reasons, which can be listed briefly. iie double taxation system cancels out the incentive effects of the Pioneer Industries Bill. Secondly the limitation of power for industry is no incentive whatever since industries cannot operate without power. And thirdly the government still seems far from recognising the real impediment that the Public Utilities Bill has proved to the Electricity and Gas Company in their efforts to raise additional capital in London. Any attempt to draw parallels between the Telephone Company and the Gas and Electricity Companies is wasted effort because the resources of these companies are not similar. The suggestion that the Electricity Company or the Gas Company are protesting against certain clauses in the Public Utilities Bill for any other reason than because these clauses are deterrent to the London investor is unworthy of those who make it. The public of Barbados must realise the great difficulties that are being experienced in raising even colonial government loans on the London market. The investors in London, like the Investors in Barbados to-day, have less spare capital than they had to invest and th.y are showing greater and greater reluctance to invest in colonies where political motives are suspect. What is Barbados' recent record in this connection? No one can exaggerate the adverse effect which the Barbados government's treatment of the British Union Oil Company has had on the investing public in England. It was shattering to British confidence in an island whose pro-British reputation had been painfully built up during long years and until that confidence has been regained it is wishful thinking to suppose that a fiscal survey or an industrial development corporation will be successful in restoring confidence. How can confidence be restored? There are two immediate actions to be taken. Ibst let 01 put an end to the stupid activity which is being promoted in certain influential quarters of compelling the Electricity Company to withdraw its protest to the public utilities Bill or to be nationalised. Intelligent treatment of the Electricity Company and recognition of the real difficulties it is encountering will automatically benefit the gas .company, and will give the first real incentive to the potential industrialist who may be thinking of manufacturing certain products or parts of products in this island. That is the first immediate action to be i ken. Then let us follow up thus gesture of goodwill by deciding next week or next month, not next year what action is to be taken with regard to the proposed deep iter harbour. 11 may have escaped the government's %  %  that the same engineering firm which was commissioned to advise Barbados as to a deep water harbour is now engaged in a similar service for the Gold Coast. \ntl the Gold Coast government is prepared lo spend up to £3 million and to ft p .rt h; 1936. Birbadm Instead is still toying with the idea whether it can afford a deep water harbour or not. It has had ampic opportunity to make • mind and excuse after excuse Is brought forward to justify the delay. If the figures quoted for the new port in Gold Coast are any guide to present costs of port construction it seems unreal to suppose that an island as small as Barbados will ever be able to foot the bill for the North Scheme Harbour unless it finds oil in very great quantities. But the finding of oil is uncertain and the date of completion of the first oil well is receding into the distance and the presence of oil cannot possibly be ascertained this year. What then are we to do? Are we to continue to paralyse every suggestion for the improvement of the docks until oil is discovered? It may never be discovered. The only thing to do now is to count the cost of implementing the Deep Water Harbour as recommended by Sir Douglas Ritchie in his report and if the government is still confident that it can afford the highly increased expenditure required for the North Scheme let it request the Crown Agents for the Colonies to arrange for the issue of a debenture loan by underwriters in London: lei it guarantee one third of the sums to be raised and let it obtain from the United Kingdom government an undertaking tu guarantee the other two thirds of the loan. If a loan can be raised on such terms then let the Government implement the Deep Water Harbour scheme. But if the government of Barbados postpones the issue and the government of the United Kingdom are not prepared to display such confidence in our ability to repay whatever loans will be necessary for the building of the Deep Water North Scheme Harbour, then let us have done with crippling indecision and consider at once the practicability or desirability of implementing by stages "Scheme A" which, despite dis-advantages ought not to be dismissed as an alternative. Time is not on our side. If we can afford the North Scheme Harbour, investors will oe convinced that we have confidence in ourselves and will be attracted to our island. If we decide that we cannot afford such a harbour let us plan for a harbour we can afford and let us take prompt action to allow the electricity and gas companies to carry out the expansion they plan in order to accommodate new Industries. Sitting On The Fence PEOPLE'* WILE THE action of Dr. Malan's government in seeking to invalidate a ruling of the Courts on the pretext of the will of the people being sovereign illustrates in a way that many people can understand the dangers inherent in the idea of the absolute sovereignty of the people. As expressed through parliament as the supreme legislative organ. Dr. Malan is doing in the field of human relations exactly what Dr. Mossadegh has done in the field of oil: both these Prime Ministers are attempting to justify actions which have been declared to be legally invalid by an appeal to the will of the people. But whereas the Persian Prime Minister's action was felt with greater acuteness at the centre of the Commonwealth, Dr. Malan's action by reason of its subject matter is being more widely resented on its circumference. In the British Colonies the action of the South African Nationalists must be intolerable to predominantly coloured people whose sympathies are naturally directed to anyone who is the victim of racial discrimination. Alone among the peoples of the British Commonwealth South Africa continues to pursue a racial policy which can never win acceptance by coloured members of the Commonwealth and which is heartily condemned by the majority of other British governments. Even the Court which decided against the Separate Representation of Voters Act was composed of five white judges. The strength of the British Commonwealth lies in its ability to reconcile the irreconcilable and the fact that South Africa whose racial policy is emphatically out of step with that of the United Kingdom should remain within the fold is tribute to that strength. But there is no doubt that South African nationalism and racial intolerance is undermining the very strength which its membership of the Commonwealth was meant to sustain. At meetings of the United Nations and in its relation with the British African territories the United Kingdom's association with South Africa is flung in its face and even in the West Indies where nothing like the South African system has ever existed (not even in times of slavery) prejudice and animosity is generated in communities where only racial unity provides the path to further advance. If South Africa continues her policy of racial fanaticism the greatest service she can render the Commonwealth would be to # resign her membership. An American writer has m nested that, after th e honeymoon a foung husband should tactfully make hit bride food-conscious by bringing the subject into the conversation at every opportunity. IN our own home at last. Don • you like the dark oak panelling in the dining-room, even If It isn't oak? O rfaea It reminds m# of arrived ox tall. Kf*i:y? Mow peculiar. Of course. I'm not quite %  •* about the off-white wall" of the drawing-room, though they do set oft the goldly-brown carpet rather well. When I look at the u-a.li and Uie carpet together I think of role cooked uHlh mussels. When / loofc si the walls atone they remind me of rrrpe and onions. Is this the romantic dreamer I married? I suppose the sunshinc-yetlow wallpaper in our bedroom reminds you of omelettes? Sometime! omelettes. More often tweet corn with fne..r weadmg;" I MM"11.4a am" The pig said: "What say?" 1 sola: "I dont know, soe's been waiting at the church tnree weeks as It is.' men the pig took the ring b m hH nose and said: "As jcu won't be able to alturd a t>iddiiig-Mng{ after the Budget, v t**l better put this on ner ii'.sir. 1 hope It won't be too 1 said; "It will probably be too small, as I am marrying The Fat I_awly from the circus, who ha? riiindi as big as hams." Thepig said: "Its not polite to mention hams in my presence. %  1 said: "I beg your pardon.'* The pig said: "Granted a' soon is asked." Then the pig said "If you marry this Jut lady she will cither smother you or you will get three jeara for bigamy. Which do you prefer'"' 1 said I would rather have some more tofTec. • • • The pig then drove me from London to Manchester, via Carlisle and Dublin. When we arrived at Minsk. Stalin called out: "Hullo, Gubblns. How would you like to work: for me?*' I said: "What at?" Stalin uldi "A dally column fa Pravda." I said: "What about?" Stalin said: "You only have to keep on saying I'm wonderful." 1 said: "My terms arc s tenyea r contract at 50.000.fi00 roubles a year, with a special Ui-free Budget for columnists.' Stalin said: "Done." Then, looking at the pig. he said: "Who's your friend?" 1 said: "One of our visiting member* of Parlnment." Stalin ld: "1 thought so. Why don't you slaughter the lot and increase your bacon ration?" As they led the rig! sway, Stalin slid: "ThU is the Ilr'st spy weVe caught that wo can fit, too." —L.ES. Garrison Church On the 24th December 1840 the Most Reverend Doctor Richard Patrick Smith, Bishop of Agna (with headquarters in Trinidad) laid a corner stone of the first Catholic Church in the island of li..rl-uio, sab u..oe*Uaae Sanctl tduaral. confeaaorta, Regis Anglioe, deaUcaoaae. Cm Easter Sunday March 21th 1842. John Haly, Chairman of a meeting called to assess the catholic congregation of St. Michael for taxes in support of the* first pastor, the Reverend William Rogers, signed his address at Saint Edward's Glebe, bridgetown. Why then was the church which was opened by Bishop Smr.h on March 17th 1846, according to an outline of its history publ.shed in the Catholic siaadard of November 1946, shown la local Church Records of 24th October 1848 as St. Patrick's Church. The suggestion has been made in the same publication that the name St. Patrick Is due to th presence in Barbados at a later dote of the Lelnster Regiment. cut church records prove that the Church was known as St. Patrick's us early as 1848, and from the beginning the Idea of s Cutholk Church was intimately connected with the presence in Barbados of British troops at the Garrison. As early as May 17th 1840 Richard Hart. Mujor of the Slsl Regiment had written to the Kenan catholic body a reply expressing his willingness to "work out a plan forthwith" for the proposed "Catholic Chapel." And on the 29th September 1840 there is notice of a resolution to ascertain whether the Lieutenant General Commanding tho Forces (Sir S. nUllngtsMi) would be Inclined to give the Reverend William Rogers leave of absence for three months without requiring a substitute as Catholic chaplain to the forces during that period. But the connection between .he local Forces at the Garrison and •he Church now known as St Patrick's In Jcmmutl's Lane it proved beyond all possible doubt ov a record In the same minute* of the meeting on 28th September. .840 wherein the suggestion a made "that the medical officer -t the Garrison should ho request%  d to walk the distance from the Harrison to the ground Just purchased (that Is In Jemmott'* Lane) to obtain his opinion whether or not he would consider it too long a distance for tho soldiers to march to prayers." In the same minutes Reverend William Rogers' Garrison talari •wived by him Is iccorded nl £75. At the very first meeting of the Catholic body held in Barbados sa Sunday February 24th. 1839, t was resolved to raise a "Church in this Island to she service of God, according to the rites and ms of leuCatholic Ritual, and thut tbe same when erected shall oe dedicated to St. Edward the Confessor in accordance with the desiie of she talented learned and anus Bishop of this diocese." It was this same Inshop who laid he corner stone of the church dedicated In JemmoU's Lane lo the illustrious British monarch St. By GEORGE 1IUISTE I at a meeting attended saMngst others by Captain Gore Edward the Confessor on 24th •*" 1 'l tf-uaner Master Bodcn of the December 1840, and according to '*nd Regiment Revd I OI),.,the writer in the Catholic Sumuard ne v '* c ongratulated on the ' )84fl it was the same Rhhop Mwplertw.. of St. Pitrlek Cfiurch. Smith who opened the Church on •,. , March 17th 1848. Why then was. JSS^Jaf?^ ?2. ^""i" the Churoh in JemmoU's Lane on nc ' %  July 1849 because he which the Catholic body had *''*f J* 1 hat ££ '" t "; ".-.greed In February 1839 should be cnd 0 Donnelly but there i Dedicated to St. Edward the Con^ n l? ,l ? n .. ln .. Uua c er ' *h' lessor, referred records of 24th Octobei St. .Patrick Church? !" u ,. ,. was opened on March 17th 1848, Ww r. ,n ,8 ** ,her wa no P"why do the records of October 24th 1848 refer to "shinglea and ether materials required for covering St. Patrick Church? Banff! the Con''' ,n,?nl | n in this Inter or the £ in church ch ""* < -* d indication of the Cburel Oc?ober. mST. ^ P r7,2^a Un ?0n J h f ** rch* And if a Wlrc !W0 tf >e island of Barba_.ii i„ ^ ,0 JuI >„ 18M al of John Haly Chairman at %  S t^^ll' "' ,ho fresbytery. meeting on March 27th 1842 which Nr *-> KEEFE was solicited and bigins with the quotation "to all I"*" 13 1 IO draw up petitions to „uch as serve the altar of God. J' 1 '. CTo 1 1 1 oni n |_ Leilature as alsc Is conceded the privilege of living ,' miiis-h. Government for ai< by the altar.' 1 inasmuch as nearly the whole thurc-h was occupied by the MillJohn Haly details some of the ,ry ,he number of civilian: trials suffered by His Majesty's bfm oT very small." The writei Catholic Chaplain to the Fortes ' "><* cullme of St. Patrick's In in collecting subscriptions through,he <"*"•"> standard of Novcmcut the islands for the Church of ** l 48 Mates that in 1857 th* St. Edward the Confessor. "He CstholicConaregatlon was "40 a nc had" says John Haly "the travel'heConnaught Rangers 320." line between cross seas. In boats Apparently the only coniribuof 5 to 7 tons burthenhe had to lwl mode towards the Churcsi suffer much of personal indignity twn official sources was tht. and deep mortification, conveyed f" 10 ,'' su 1 payable to the I'jtlu.In rude speech by shany, wilh he LhapUin of the Forces." whom he was brought into conThc ""> of all the Rcgit a ct In his mission searching for mr "'*,. whos f ., ^dlers benefited subscriptions for this very Church. "y m 1 V lc 'P.'!"! 1 administrations {TSUSTwS £od worr'an'; SK* ^ ^ —^-"S ^o^rn^SultcSrhem &eS Egggafe^^j; !" r %  t h 1 r d(,clon8lon in mlld the Lancashire g^ilicr^ the respectfulUngu.ee.. Kin?B Uvcrpool %&*!£!, in the Roj-l SuBCXi E,,, Kci) Th< ; And we now find hln —„.-.. ,^_^ „ ._. v oi'iiui r which hiBarbados but made especially ? hou r: ? ner up a dailr P raver ' nasty references to the Primary Now I have spoken to several teachers and I h.tve boon observing the work ;ind UM influence of the ehildren of many schools, and. ns %  grateful citizen ol who has never been a pupil of oats, I give the "lie direct" to this evil suggestion. However from what I nave gathered within thc lost couple of years, all is not well in thc schools. ''"" this great disservice to tho It is bovausa of this fact that Cause of Education in Barbados, we should place on record our BARBADIAN PARENT. best thanks to Dr. Massiah who %  ••••I apparently has been able to put Philalvlist H antril his finger on the bad spot tf the SIR.—I take the liberty of ,ydem. and like him 1 demand wrU ing you as I am a very' keen that a non-political commission of philatelist and would like to exenquiry be set up and unearth change stamps of my country once and for all those responsible with %  stamp collector of your 2731053 country. Thonkint you in anticipation. Yours Irulv. A. ANDERSON. My name and address are as follows: ALBEhT ANDERSON, PAVPA 2895 I1IXNCS5 AIRES ARGENTINA INTRODUCING— 'BUBBLE WASHERS" THE COMFORT OF THE HOUSEWIFE SIMPLE AND INFALLIBLE Conntct lo the Pressure side of any Vacuum Cleaner and have your washing .... "BUBBLE WASHED" AND BUBBLE RINSED • DA COSTA & CO. 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•AGE TEN SUNDAY ADVOCATF Annual Girl Guides' Association Report The B'dos Automobile Association SUNDAY. MABCH M, Itti ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1951 Sine* the last General Meeting AT the Annual Meeuna, of the on 14th februaxv lb. Girl Guides Ix-cal Association on Seoul. ld Kowauan honouieu uThursday. 21it March the Wand by aiUwidJii*, a Kaily o1 low Conimivnoi> lor We Fri>..r> o( very shocaed oy me dcum ui it.au. UKI|III U| Serwit* at St. Mwnael have mad* every endeavour to St. Jonn, St. Joseph, St. Geo>v< the rUng *uu Lb) l t ,uicdrl lor H-Mthe King. promote the Inter** of the und St. Peter with a view lo ketrpwas sen. u lot Overseas Com0n 2Wt br.uary the Annual Association and we are very happy ing a general watch for road miaslooer:—' The Ouiues ol li-rj^u M0 Gu.de* Own was held to rrcord that the Membership has sign, either damaged by accident baaos desiru to join m t oL£i*sionat ^ ja^a,.,'. Girls' School. 07u increased from 94 to M2 which la or ob-llerated by canal and for of urcpesi sympathy to H-M. the Hunger*. Guides and Brownies very encouraging. corners rendered dangerous b; <*ue*n and to toe rwyal tamUy.' wtn pi^ent. U-dj Btraiheden, the Chid GamThese ar# Me big cvenU, but m-aaionar. a*m u* tola reply '. We thrv ugflou t the Island lhanK you for your kind mesaage gomaaolai aim facks Guiding, of sympathy on the death M oui __„ on weeK by weck ^^ ui C a.—1—. .J Ifl_-> Tun la a I—III1> • . . ... March 1931. Mis Excellency canaa being planted too clot* „. he Governor kindly consented to the edgea of the highway for ; be Patron of the Association which traffic safety. These supervisoi. as greatly appreciated by all. were given authority by tnc ComAftar negotiation with the Automute* to call ij necessary on perDcloved King inertu a ami Guidcrs play a vary important mobile Association in the United sons concerned and request them of grtN.1 pride in the whole Guide ^^ Kingdom we atgned an Agreement t 0 M good enough to cut back the Movement that wc have a very when the news was received of Federation with them in canes or tak otner action for the spcci.il link with vui wueen, tor IIO0U .t the hurricane in Jamaica. September, 1931. safely of all users of the roatt.she a Guide and a sea Ranger yn were wr anxious to help thu Members of the A.A. may now We arhappy to record that In and is the thief Ranger of the Uui(Sm wtw w ere itiU paying for become Memben of the B.A.A. by every c. where tnia haa been Commonwealth and Empire. We ^^ ueadt|uirtcrs and had had payment of hall of the subacnptt0 *ie, anu Uiere have bean *everi all wish for her a long, peaceful lhf roof damsured. We had no mm and vice versa. Furthermore immediate co-operation was toriiiaad l.ai py reign. money for this purpose so It was tha metal car badges of the B.A-A. coming and this hs been h.ghi% It gives mo great pleasure to aecttimii to try an d raise some, will be reeoffruaed by the personnel appreciated, la some cases the welcome once an in the members ^m,, of mP companies had a ..f the A.A. if used In England. owner* or planUUoos have Oflarad of the Local Aasociauon to out j um bio aale, others had a Concert, to plant grass at the corners on while aome gave donations lrom The _^_-A-, hav t_.tl! I *' ad ^L b ^ l i ln nlghwaya to give vnibdity to Headqu-ilci: We regret th.it pressure of achool work, found it „, vepy pI(afced tni] AMoclatlon Bnd c Thi Itur ond talk, rhonm Mrs O-M.honcj. I, oln the Rr„, principally jlven to Oirl Scout order of the Trefoil Qulld nd we Council, and Womeni Clubetc. or* verj irte!jl lo her for the ej,, wU1 V|M „„ ,h, n 40 „„„ itocre .nurn-' •he tekei Is „ „ „. Mk u.velllM to Loulitana. t,ulJln Tea. MlnneMU, Iowa, Michinan. them thu uvlnl th '. a u "^. y SiI Vlrnlnla. PennTlvMilo and aervants much lime n Ur September we numbered 878 AtabMI1 ,,, mmtion ,„„e of the queue. "' soclatlon have been made to the Authoritiefor: oncetnlng thl. wibject. To assist our member, our "kf^nnation took on the task of .-ing Driving Licences for k Or their waiting in This facility will be vxli T ... i f"" ii n w IUPIIMI miir ui tilt^ -., warranted and enrolled members, ;t n t Cs Bridget also sent | letter 'ended to them again this year aB^ stW aa ^ O* Hi QWr.t kw ygej and .^ ^^ .^ o Americanranted making i — ^..-t . ....... -..,... F 1 •"* hl1w ,hc have "" rert'ted PB „rffirnunri in the Garrison the largest number had. Considering the masses of fir's in Barbados our growth is very slow II ha< to bo — for a '-nmnany or Pack onnot be start-p. pi,l#,f' r, without tr-intd Guidcrs. Wr T tn the King's death, have thought It thelt o\irs. who had died. We hnve hAd i>rmnnthy poured out ovr goe-t Parade Ground in the Garrison Klni — not „, entr ,„r, „f the Grand ''d PrtT ln.u Be. kntiA *sd.J a d The increase of Bus Stop signs in country areas. The erection of Dangerous Coma* signs, the building of roundabouts and the erection of more major road signs and studs. The diminution of existing road dangers. Legislation for compul-ory ranee. If rou have eaten unwisely, or too well, take a dash of ENO'S Fruit Sill H This will set your digestive juice, flowing, help your stomach deal with its burden, remove thefedingof discomfort and congntion. And thanks to its wonderful ctTervescencc, bow freshening ENO'S is to the mouth %  ENO'S contains no Glauber's Salt and no Epsom Salts. Yet, by a gentle laxative action, ENO'S encourage, perfect regularity. Most of us need our Fruit Salt first thing in th* morning. gel n requests arii t!" Can^d;. where she Is also eolnK .< %  *£*. ach term lec|ur# iM doftl not arrive home u *2? .. SUnd and back aga At Md and was appreciated by We ( utiocnrtand that considi-raThis was a free ^ llon Is being given to these rewno commendauona, indeed Ibsm 4 has already been made the auu)ect of in the House of Assembly. until about the middle of June ,***&& ^rJS^s^d <* !" < And back lo our own nda. In 24 .Urn boards were made and We regret to record the reNovemoer it was decided to bui.u have been used to assist the signaUco or Major Lenagan, your waU on Uic Southern Boundary nolle* In supervising heavy traffic preWdem, who hi lafl the Island. Maxwell owing lo 111 for permission to start Companies and Packs The first step 1. *<> And two suitable women to be trained before any children can be recruited. If the prospective .. ,Gutter ha* been a 2nd Claas of our Headquarter.. We had no which occur, during Race Meetund M Guide, the can be trained In <• "*"*caue if one Is shifted to another imately £620. We hope that this rnendatlon. hnve been made to until the next Annual General school, there u.til one left to look debt will bo paid by the money the Commissioner of t oUc *J, i rx j; Meeting. ifter the children. She In turn Eno's ruit Salt* SPECIALLY RECOS4MFNMM tar IIIIGIILAI ACTION, SICS IIKAD4CIU*. UVEaiMINEO.. anjousNFJvs. HgABrreustN. t. S-..J to bmuimfmr for bmttmr listening Designed and buiti for arnrke under the moat exacting conditions, these splendidly styled Bkoo receiver, are noteworthy for aensitlvirjr, daricy, power and complete reliability. They five yon better listening beoauM they are constructed by Britain', hnest radio tcchniciani after careful study of your local reception conditions; and because they are quality-engineered throughout. For really wort h while, trouble-free radio, rely m Bkcol n* mm Ji ~ rao mi '•now 1%-*. U-ix ior STUBBORN hang-on Bronchial muat fln-l "omeone to fill the gai Tliare is yreat difficulty in find in i Gulders. No one should be pitch forked Into Guiding because she belong, to the staff of the school. 1 m *ntlon school* because the in ijorfty of our companlt. are attached to school. The wi.h t .-^d at the "fair on Saturday, pedlte It. These have received Ow grateful thanks must be 10th May. Our Headquarters Is every consideration and we have expressed to Mr. Rich&r BUK very gTaleful to Massra. join should come from the InAsaoclatlon realise how Important ad in "•""J"*"** and lorsome ^a A Connsril •^•""V"-^," dividual .ind forcing anyone to beit la for us, the uniformed memtime was engaged In "''" designed tho Car park.^1 Bolt, oene a Gulue. d not help the ber. to have your backing and Member, to park their_cn_ 1 !" l.ne an d to Movement. We were very pleased that Mis Marjone Pvmbtrlon, through the generosity of the British Council trained nt 3 of the Guide Trnhiini' Centres in Great BrlUln. Site ha gained the Guide Training Certificate given by imperial Head %  quarters. We hope ahnrtly that Mla< Pemberton will be able t.. •tart n Cadet Company. Thl. wlli help in the training of future Culderi and will greatly furthe. th e growth of the Movement li Barbadoi. It has been a very busy Qufd< vsar and e icii year seem, buslc than the last. Just to mention few of the event.:— In October there was in M\. %  H Pnx HU tan iM nangen. GuMes, Bro*.i. t s and '•mil' support and how vitally this can %  iffeet the whole Guide Movement in Barbados. public car parka and generally ( ; rah iiii-uMessrs. Pittpatrick and Co., who auditrH B.C. Wateffront Strike Still their abeence. Just before Xma* however, your Committee w< Mfortunate to be able to rent temi orarily a car park near the centre of Broad Street In Bolton Lane. The services of a aecond patrolman were obtained and both are Far From Solution j~£ k |"SrSS."'^ irrwitOuiO*nconvund*tiii shoppers who And h mot GEORGETOWN, B.O., March 27. ment. The waterfront worker, strike f 0 give as-istaiice in attracting entered its seventh day to-day n#w Members, Meaars. J. B. Leswith no sign of an early settleu & Co Btv# consented to rement. The Georgetown Shipping 0 by u% thcir Cfir maurfln ce AssocUUon issued s .tatement to^ u Memb€r s of the day to the effect that the B.G *Labour Union had written Booker Chairman on the fourth day of the — f %  % %  % %  '. ?*£* %  _.._. „ M roadL _. t.ikr referring to alleged grievA Motoring Manual is now be, nf d when ^ c an empVgoesjg not only of .tevedores em compiled and should be ready motor ^cle patrolmen breakdown .. for dislnbuUon to Member, in the t „ v > r ni > £„,„ .menlUe* _. ccount. free of Cost. Next year we hope to extend our Membership to Motor Cycll-ts. We hope to increase the services to visitors to the Island by .o-opcraitng with the Barbados Publicity Committee in dl tine information regarding motoring matters which may be of a.' slstance to them and we have already had enquiries from the I'SA, Canada and South Africa by prospective visitor, to Barbados. Given more support from the Public it is obvlou. that much < more can be done to promote COUGHS AND COLDS THERE'S NOTHING CURES AS SWIFTLY AS CANADA'S LARGEST SELLING COUGH AND COLD REMEDY BUCKLEY'S EKCO IW>'o Write lo us for further details A. BARNES & Co. LTD. P.O. Box 92, Bridge St.. Bridgetown, Barbados, B.W.I. Official Distributors HOM UK iainous Bennett College can help your career through personal POSTAL TUITION I r rou ran thai you cunDI ;-J.. the I exsaa. which will qualify ytfa in your \ (radaor profeauon. if yon j,c handicipped in youi outer t>> Huasad •<-< %  itwnal opportunities — hare's a mctoate ol Impe and eocouragcrneni Cw ar aatasd tuition until suecf ii'ttl .. When you enrol wuh The Btm* II *>irf S e vou will be coached until rou 01 "III. This aasuranor H gi.en b\ iht vM'ii.orof ihc College who ha< ,' 5 ill hi* .vstcm of l*riv.te Inter training Thii wsy you have the btneftti "I College (uiuoa, but you woci d, tvnr *'*1 time — styuirpacel No estm* ic charged All books are free to uudrm. Year lataet cltvcrncii.. Your own Tutor will help you. will bring out the dWvernrss in you. And ihcic is often more than yuu imagine^ ou will (QualifyI AndOualiiW.-..lin iivin 1 ivfvnal I (iMi—g f-uX choose yo>-t tuhsect — iheo sead (wiilmut ob)igalioi>> lui The Beaneit Co*a.e b"ol on youi bgsa IN WHICH 01 iHESf LIES rood ffftttr li..t*ilir,li S—.%  .... l.l.,..,l., I..-, HlW— M H. IL.OO tollH l>Tl %  ! 0~ hhM C .;.(...... hMrkldl MIXTURE **• "J? "?"" • '•"""' greal.r .af.ty tor all uaer. of thr Mamberahlw card. ^, nd w look ,„ !" r d A Motoring Manual H now be[1 i tcsa 0UI IHC 001'H fufai.. ll*.*!^ Ir-firtk UfUrr %  no HAKI oiaiss lv. 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SUNDAY. MARCH 30, 1952 SUNDAY ADVOCATE I'M.I II I VI S The Lives Of Harry Lime ip^ £ When Harry Lime rntrr" rd fhr boxm? gam* he aimed to come out o/ It thr uHnnrr. But hi* plan wrnt atxrau trhen hU iovtlu aecvmpiice took the •SrttmerV end of the purse.' You'll thrill—and cmlle — at thla new adi-rr.urc of the cnflOfltrig roffue u'ho (tarred in the JUm -The Third Me*." Today's epitode in the Harry Lime wory tJ called "It's a Knock-Out." TWI an old saying, and X it's just at true at it's old: "You caa't cheat an honest man." However. I know there are very few honest man; and tna". means a> svarld full of people who can be cheated. A world full of nice larcenous chumps fuckers like a well-to-do American businessman whom 1 will call Al Pierce. He was a sucker for what he thought was • sure thing. The day 1 completed my little plan fld Jenry Warren. nv pretty accomplice; %  'It;i Knock-out** We were standing on La 1 ;... %  .< 11.. airfield, watching the big non-stop plane from New York to Miami, Florida, load up. I told Jdnny: "That** Pierce. In the polo coat. He's worth at least 30,000 dollars to me, if yam do as I told you." "Dont worry," she said. "Ml have him In Havana with hi: thirty thousand on a plate in* side of 48 hours." 'O.K.. OK: Now go and get a seat near nun on the plane. And don't forget — when you meet me in Havana, I'm not Harry Lime. I'm J. Harrington Lime, the Wall-street tycoon." DOUBLE CROSS He'll lose. U ... W HEN an American business man like Al Pierce goes on a Florida vacation and finds himself sitting on the planenext to a pretty girl, he makes my work simple. I had known Jenny would be able to pick him up easily. The next night ID .1 Florida night club sue was telling him the story the story, I'd coached her In. And by that, time he was ready to believe anything she told him. And briefly what "he told him was that J. Harrington Lime was a stinker — particularly to his secretary. If she could only make a little money on the side, she'd quit her job. And, then, by a lucky coincidence, the Idea seemed to strike her. "Mr. Lime's a great sportsman," she told Pierce. "He loves to gamble on the fight', the races, almost anything. He's got this big palace of a place In Cuba, near Havana. You know —mink-lined swimming pool, tennis courts, the works. And right on his estate he found that one of the workmen, a Cuban, is a wonderful boxer. Pancho Cordobas Is his name. The trainer Mr. Lime brought down, and the doctor and cv.*.."body, they all say Pancho'U be world champion." "Funny," mused Pierce. "I ^ never heard of him." Jenny laughed. "It would be funny If you had heard of him. He's had ten fights. Won every one by a knock-out. But. don't you see? Mr Lime Is keeping him under wraps. All his lights are In secret. So when Mr. Lime matches him In New York, he'll be unknown. Mr. Lime will be able to get simply wonderful odds. See?" "I'm beginning to. But I don't see how you figure to make any money out of this." Jenny pot confidential. "Mr. Lime has arranged to have Kid Burke fly over for Pancho's next fight, his big test. In secret, of course. Now Mr. Lime always tries to get his guests to bet against him. He takes Pancho, and he'll give big odds because he's so sure. But Pancho has agreed with me he'll lose this next fight If I give hint the word. He'll "Take a dive?" "That's it. For a price. Mr Lime has been giving him a purse of five thousand every time he wins. Pancho wants twice that from me If he loses." Pierce said: "That's a smart scheme for a girl to have thought up. What's the hitch.'" "Even with all my savings, I couldnt win enough to pay off Pancho," Jenny said mournfully. Picrce's eyes gleamed. He said softly. "What would you say If 1 offered to put up tome <-t tin* capital for you* Business proposition of course. I'd expert half the profit after Pancho had been paid off." "But—have you got that kind of money?" "On a sure thing Like this, I feure have! On this kind of proposition. 1*11 have 3U.000 dollars caah, at least." Jenny cuddled closer to nun. "Oh. Al! How wonderful: Pierre registered at the Hotel Naclonal. I already had my luxury estate rented—for a week. Now all that remained was to get to work. But fast' That first evening I contrived to meet Pierce at the rork fights I even let him win money from me. And at the end of the session I paid out. "That's 75 dollars you've won from me." 1 said. "There you til What was your name again*'" "Pierce," he told me. "Al Pierce from Cleveland. I'm In the insurance game I'd — Sf has to give you a chance 10 win some of this back. When s the next cock fight t INVITATION Al Sees Pancho I BEUEVE it's next week. Well, good-night. Pierce It's been pleasant. Maybe I will undertake to win that 75 dollars back from you at that. Like boxing much?" "Oh. yes I get to the fights whenever I can." "Mrnm! Where are vou staying" At the Nacional?" Now my plan Involved letting Pierce stew in his hotel room for a while. Get him worried By now he's figured out that If he bets 30.000 dollars at 10 to 1 he'll clear 300.000—or 150.000 clear profit. Sounds good to him. But will I invite him out to my swanky country place? Was he too obvious? Maybe n<* obvious enough? Then I give Jenny the signal to call him. pretending to be my .secretary. Of course, he falls over himself to accept my invitation. First I fed Pierce lunch, and then a good Havana cigar. Then wc went for a stroll, and I led them down to the specially outfitted training quarters where Pancho was* working out on a heavy punch-bag "What do you think of him*" I asked Pierce. "He's fast, isn't he? I call him Young Pancho. Of course. I don't know whether he's any good. He hasn't fought a single fight." Pierce stared at me. "He hasn't?" Then, recovering quickly: "I mean—uh-oh, he hasn't. He looks so sharp, I'd have sworn that—" "No. He* lighting for the first time next Thursday. You've heard of Kid Burst*, HM middleweight? I've got him 10 come over and go a few rounds with Pancho. I'm making up a purse for the winner." TEMPTING BAIT The Viclim Falls T HERE was a pause. Then Pierce said slowly: "Maybe I could give you a chance to win back your 75 dollars, Mr. Lime." I spluttered amusedly over my elgar. and he said, offended "What's the matter?" I recovered myself, but continued to smile "Well, dont' you see?" I said gently. "I was planning to make up | purse of 10,000 dollars on the Igfat Any side-bets I placed on Poncho—I'd want to make sur my winnings would cover the purse, what?" I chuekMl again, "Seventy-five dollars"' Nothing is better calculated W make a chump impatient than to twitch the bait away as though maybe he isn't going to get a chance to grab It. I was hoping Picrce's neck was hot under his collar as I walked away after giving him that little brunh-off. I wanted to gjvp him a chance to talk to Jenny without anybody else around. Sure enough, I could see him moving over to her side. And after a minute or two, they were joined by Pancho. "Don't forget, now, Pancho," Jenny said. "Third round. That's our agreement." "SI si! Third round'" And Pancho moved off to the showers. "Well. Al?" Jenny inquired Pierce took a big breath. "I'll go in with you, Jenny. Looks good to me. And Lime has got me a little sore. I'm going to %  now turn. 1 II take nun for plenty .... I'll have to convert some bonds, maybe borrow a few Lucks, but 1 mink I can put BU h-nds on 4J.0U0 dollars." THE FIGHT A surprise ending: *"\NE of tnc "guests," alleged \_Jto be Qtawral van Sickle. tuny. 1 told nun "This Pancho is terrific. Watt till I unveil him at Madison Square Garden or In the Yankee Stadium' That'll be your chance to win back some of your money." "You really think hell beat BorkW r n 'iid thunder, man! Ill give you len to one!" That's when Pierre jumped in, fast. "Ill Uke those odds. Mr. Lime." he snapped. "My wager on Burke is 40.000 dollars." "Fine, fine," I said casually. "You've got cash? Give it to Jenny, here. And. Jenny — here's my end . She made a fare. "Mr. Lime, I hate carrying all this money around." "Getting heavy, is it~ AII right Pierce' Suppose you be appointed custodian of tho stakes. I'm sure everyone here trusts you . . It was sheer delight to watch Pierce carrying that satchel. You ever watched a man that you know is guilty trying to act innocent? Down we went through the gardens to where the ring was set up. Everyone there was in on my little scheme, except Al Pierce. First round! The lighters were pretending to feel each other out. Pancho putting on a show of fancy footwork. Of course, they were putting on an artistic show. We couldn't ham Pt I getting worried about how raw it would look when Pancho took his dive. Wup' That was Pancho down on his knees. llurke really clipped him. Looked good, too Round two—and Pancho's eye was cut. Looking over at Pierce I could see him adding up his profits again. Forty-six thousand at 10 to 1 Is 460,000 dollars. Minus 10,000 dollars to I'.mclu. thiii leaves 450,000. Split two ways with Jenny, and there's .1 clear gross of 225.000 smackeroos! Wouldn't Pierce be surprised If he opened that satchel and found that most of the notes were toin-up newspapers' He looked like a kitten lapping up a bowl OUr M i nrlc>i every penny," I told them "It's the bet she's absconded with. One of the beat scheme* I've ever hatched, and she has to throw the queer in It! Listen to her note She says: and I'm leaving 5.000 dollars for your end, Harry That'll be enough to pay for a 1 long-distance phone call to < j me what you think of me. I'll 1 be in New* York to-night, but after that who knows where I'll! be? Love, Jenny.' But what the crew didn't know, nnd what Jenny would llnd out later, was that I had slipped out 10,000 dollar" through a little dexicrmi* slelsfh-of-hand in packing the money into the satchel. It's always wise to anticipate. That s what they call the famous JJme luck. But I don't think It's luck. Do you? I 'MAGI' HIALINO OIL Hamd+4 Mm loQat . MAGI in: M I X. OIL It's my First-Aid Kit in a bottle for cuts, sprains, bruises etc., and as a massage (or tired muscles. NEVER BE WITHOUT MAGI HEALING OIL -stoats a SINOI us-aiN Everyone loves s Smooth. Lovtty Skin.—bat they detest Unsightly Hair, especially la Women . .to:— O.:T RID or UNSIGHTLY HAIB with •• VEET Tor the Bcacb. 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PACE TWELVE SUNDAY ADVOCATE si MMY, MAIM II :lu. Itu T a story which is true, an: black murk In the annals of our Court i %  onions, an Institution ad by that colourful chl Barbadian bJabM the man who rated Bai bedos to his peculiar liking bi Orei ". raai FBI refer lo the remiirk;iK> Monsieur D'Egvillo. %  move "it to MM •lory proper, I wanl you to know that then* an DO % %  Hum thm authorities to vouch for the e thenticity of Uils aton e Journal of the Barbados Musouni A Historical Boctet] Vol vn. of 1041; <21 The Barbflt di.nn Newspaper of Ih.. ttii 0 bcr Ift-'-t and !!..!, %  W.. kiv" publish.',* in 1861 A If.ini'iii:; Frrnrhmiiii This remarkable affair take.w back to the vaai r.iu in. .,..: before th.il tha K.rnch pOOplc hai beheaded their king, and like Mr British colony in Ihe Wi>i tadftaa, Barbodoi an Intai asted in ntiin* out an to Martinique i<. totcrasU In that colony, while m;n.> of the French royali-l' Often sought refuge Baibadov Thus when a dapper little Frenchman by tne name of Michael, Harvi-v Paler. William, Henr> D'Egville landed at Carlisle Bay in that year no one noticed anything dsctra-ordinary about him. but little did they know then th.it gome thirty years later he would "be headline news In the colony. •nd thai his name would ba on •he tip of the tongue of evety Barbadian. D'EgviUa was a oaiu> i i {•salon, his tOOl %  had already attained great celebrity at tlus art in t cirai" In London and elsewhere on the continent. Ma father had been the ballet-master at the Opera House m London and young Peter hi. It was ready lo be ,,, .1 ... m thi %  cpad he„ ... l ...".''1*.'!:, 7.1!:.;; aw apart l %  I i u> et would pay stark defeii all ind not fjhra any of it Id M a Though young! Peter ganaa OHM gVgasr Pater remained %  • quenlly caught up with I ,f those fair maidens which had % %  • lM ((u>| scrulin ,i„g been burnt by h who were not i with tM *ay the i>iut*ehook out their owm bod, white Mi Uawall] w Ta*alW tar*!* \mnanr u sUunch ilisnulo "I 1 **'"'"UBli "*'> uUin.jlily i' ,l .', > %  ' IW*"IV> .,.,,„ An Ir """ "'"'"eajuisand as the years rolled on f sle-l ihe BOOM i i SuasanaN !" '• Judge Oon a black tap | ,,.,: „, v In IM *t M.V-III., who w ( .nil JJJP: • Ksi Orand fJaanoog opened on "j*' h^' of nine and twelve I Ana rnornlUg Of IWt In %  M for.-noon hi the jallyard the familiar Town Hall which yet '"' town of St. Michael accordlh, Police Heed'"* '" u "' "arrant signed by lh< governor Henry Warde. As In Su^ana lieparls to be Job's suler or even a distant daatamlaiil .nd Anaiiy di %  t itn i in| ( N %  mg Peter ongu u| t>> tbul Ibal he was otLnua i arlfa, bui tha i aculiar thing li tii-' aaitbi i %  •( %  too otttal ova* ihis separation. .Mth bia dancing saloon while Sussana lit kbi Hi BM lengtha %  piesiiibj of fruit, ngUlarly, White Peter in good ..,. if BJsg Of hi., pupilUllli' %  <> board witt you are asking your* %  i am than v.Hh n leirlpontment bi. %  and cors* i 1 syma ''M yon if you do not %  found it i n yea lf ; but Eha mams that when Sussana mado her final .Mil ghe lift bar bua.rift i Jataaaj dial i-.el to keep up n imr with her m an offort Quartota and the Public Library. to persuade her nm to change her Peter D'Egville iound hinuci: niltid. arraigned fur murder. He had an able lawyer in ihc person ol iKcd into a I i %  . .. LM drufcglsts, enBjuiri 'i ii %  itad t !" to kill i i diAculi A fit* tHJUlNC fie ivWA.." Frenchmr.ii fell ih. mpe around voice boor i'ln trilled B(J %  ind hi.i i.ntenpi |pa Britiah Justice Thus ended the career of a DnncMi.m and n tippler .... Some yaara later, arhag pat, was forgotten, a block m.m named Christian who had been n the possession Of Mr*. LTEgvllte. and who, by *r's will was to reeei himanuinuslon, confc*aed that ha had tha CbojMN from the nd had put ttw •a he was a war" that his freedom was b r^llov.' upon his mistress' death. All thia ha confessed upon hU death-bed. 'o the great dismmfttuiv of those who had condemned the wretched Peter to .i shameful death. A death which .i>; the issue of a trial built up by the Crown on hvpothetle.nl circurmtanltal cfflSumucl Hinds who baaed a superb dafana on laa taet that Iba charge against Peler was founded U.S. Pastor Will Address Public ra-lor Daniel Gavin, a noted tlantlal evidence, and Hibla scholar from The Unite,! that a link in the chain . addre*. the oublic at .. wan missing. 1 should yuoen'B Park Steel Shed 00 ll here lhat urior to 1B32 ^"nday th April al a o'clock pnrtlcul.il mo d he quick, IU slave could teslify in a court "In lour Is sponsored by the LayZ replied. "Yes. -.. %  : I shouldn't of law, and because the boy who men %  Home Missionary Movere much il there were twoeatriaa lha cbaata could not be "ent, an interdenominational legged ones." A lillle time later (sailed Into Court. Kinds argued movement composed of Christians Peter was strolling along the that the Crown had a right lo be iro 1 " denominations. His iubstrcet and notu | playm a position to say what hapleet will be, %  Restitution— Wliar cd in a store for sale. Peter ,,oiiod between the ' Mr. Gavin, who was born i Cheese was hard to get. ehOOjaa left Peter's hand and be: Scotland, has devoted over 30 although thera wora no Con&ol for,it arrived In Su*sana's. VW1 to Bible study and reBoards, quotas and Import Liiveiled exlenm those days aa wa ara Hind's |K>int can and -'vely among the churches of the Hia after long oogkaBltation, tna jury e tJ niedi stau? and othe lha mm i that the.. lid not agree on a verdict. warded by the nn-h-i wanted him acqultti'd while of tha Kiini's Unage. Ha anslted tha other three shouted 'Guilty' to iiimself as he tliounht of jpatThe Judge discharged the jury aana's remarkable fondness for and Peter was remanded until lha following December Assizes. He went into I.ought some of the chajaaa, and In the meantime Hinds was apainl pointed Attorney General of Barind his simple, forceful appeal lo their hearts has en%  ..mi hui. lo many thousands. It is aaid that his address on IV -dilution—What is It?" is one which is full of hope fur a weary var-torn world. The publlr Is ordially Invited to hear 'his iddrew. Admission free to all. nd no collection will be taken "OVEN I IIIMI SI IS\ HI You can now get our New Delicious 'SHIRLEY SWEET BISCUITS" from your grocer or from ihe nearest shop at 46 c /its per pound Os* day %  MCJ poor young girl -.. %  vscesag OM Men* in fiofil of her caitlsfr wase PsdasalT U hsard s cry -Ptos assg ss.isid %  irrus froa. that W; -I'BI lirej and Kngf>," Iw him,* I BO the earned him into ihs house a SSI satsh ot Ro>*< Pudding heforv h. He wok oat INK and poof • it.ncd. i %  named ana li\cd hipr>ilv oersfWr Thank rJ KOLVNOS Your hair appears caressable ...kissable... for my sparkling teeth with PALMOLIVE BRILLANT1NE! lie iloiibly sure your liuir b foil...caressable...easv to % %  ape I" u-iii| I'.IIIU.IIM lErillantine the DOUBIJ? l>[ W| Al an Oil for M ajrr Basara Wfjailnf Lair, Bsaaaaoa ataas arssklj aitb Paassalr*t ivJlantine. mii.tr. mi tbaa ^asu. this OIJ..I|.' helps rrmo.c damliutl . |>rrparo Miip ii* |" %  To Comb sod r*llfaase Hair: I'ut a littlel',.lirc.li*. BrfflaataM in III. palm oi ih.hand Rah haanh taajadaart aswoth •rarhalr. And Then, natiaa ilir O-ixinhi fa the b'sutiful pruominj ol jot PALMOLIVE BRILLANTINf Hi atlw *wtllrltf a:i nore IMn -KOLVMIS' it Z 2 it Z£Z *ti-MZZmzZ2fZZZ2$ZZ2t2 22?liZ$$ZZZZ$* Z*2 Mi. I'Wf'iSiYr Grumman . 41J0 $ 77.M ST. VINIKNT.BRIT1S4I l.l'IANA S 9.0 $182.40 IMI.MIMCA-TRINIDAD $113.0 $J14.7 IMI.MIMCA BRITISH C.I'IANA $171.0* S324.UO 11nn -Iff Hull's im ii/1/iiiiii/iim GARDINER AISTIIX A lo.. Ltd. Lowr Broad Street AfflSTfTS Phone 4704 %  •II In S YOU WILL BE QLAD TO PAY SI-11% IC I THAT IS SURE TO PLEASE (PRINTS & HAIRCORDS Per Tawt r #a. 7J. H i [WHITE CALICO yd ISC FUGI Pink, blue, gold, yd • IC /m I CHILDREN'S VESTS & PANTIES, 3 for $1.20 BORDERED Good Quality SPUNS now $1.08 CREPES, TAFFETAS, SILKS, large variety, now $1.00 SPUNS, white, blue, pink, biege, brown, now only aOe ART SILK, white, pink, blue, now only T2c SHANTUNG in 8 shades, now only 91.12 SPECIAL NYLON GOLD BLENDED DRESS MATERIALS 6 shades 44 now $ 2.0 1 I Also on show NEW MULTICOLOURED SHOES, HATS, BAOB. fl..?0* THE FOR GENTLEMEN SILK SPORT SHIRTS 5 shades 2 for J'OLO SHIRTS from 84c. to $ 1.44 K£W NYLON BLEND SPORT SHIRTS$4.0. THOUSAND OF OTHER SHIRTS at lowest prices r.IBBED VESTS, imagine! 3 for only S2.00 i-OCKS at killer values! now 2 for only $1.00 f PECIAL MEN'S'2 tone SHOES pair $0.2. KHAKI SHIRTS each now only $.'1.2.7 KHAKI per yard only 00e A $l.0.*l >LINEN FOR UNIFORMS yd 72r A Hie iLADIES COTTON VESTS two for only X I. 00 (JERSEY NIGHTIES 2for .7..T0 RAYON PANTIES r-ltJS 1.44 > LADIES' INTERLOCK PANTIES f rom 00 and up >NYLON HOSIERY pair only $1.20 TOWELS each now SI* 00r ^CHILDREN'S INTERLOCK PANTIES 43r 30 SWAN STREET DIAL 2702 < I II \IM.\I\ IIOIM t



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-.1 M>\X M UU II !l>. 1932 SI NOW ADVOCATE PAGE THIRTEEN V HI MRY BY CARL ANDERSON FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY uHNNY. HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS RIP KIRBY — BY ALEX RAYMOND. TAIILi: HITTER! ARE YOU LOOKING FOR TABLE BUTTER? IF SO WHY NOT TRY GLOW SPREAD TAIII I >i AIU.AIII.M: GLOW-SPREAD IS EXCELLENT FOR TABLE USE ORDER SOME TO-DAY FROM YOUR GROCER I Ik. Pkga. al ii'2t: rarli .1 lit. Tins ul (0<*. |>'i Hi. CONTAINS VITAMINS A & D THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only M'M'IAI. OI'l-MIS ailmill niiiilaliliill our llmiii-iu-s I'nrriloiilr. S|ii k ii*lilsliillii ami Slum Nlrri-f I'simliy Htm Usually Now I'OTXTOES — I Hi lor Is I H Itn LOWIU .71 Hi Tin. JACOBS (REAM II, nl,s TIWINTS STOUT 311 M CRACKKRS I s: Tin. BROOKS PBACBB8 (2'il l I i,n I OMII !NRI II MIl.K .33 M D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street I II i: < o i. o \ N v II I i. II 41 i ii i i: s ER8ATILITV... ...&*u£ / 1 he Hillnun Estate Car is designed W lull,I a multiplicity of purposes—1 truly versatile vehicle catering for the needs of country and town adaptable lor business, social or recreational requirements. The spacious Interior provides exceptional roominess for passengers and equipment and the new llillman 'Plus 1'ov.cr 'engine gives proved performance, reliability and economy. AII-.lrcJ Hod) (omtr,.,lpjn .Ni-w sl.U-d rlrifanl cimchnork Indi pendent front suspension I, lined lljdranlie llraLel ftasaW -pneM Unix drums Doul.lt Dipping Headlamp. MllMAN ESTATE CA/l COLE & CO., LTD. DISTRIBUTORS BARBADOS CRAFTSMAN BUILT BY ROOTES GROUP



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I'M.I I nl Kll I \ M \IH \U\Ol \ I I SUNDAY, MAMCH *. UU CLASSIFIED ADS. TCLCPHONC 2* ton BAU Dm 1 IV IT i 1 "in to AuaTueS'tw' taaaaatOMS On that BUn March l U<" Lnn—lIB Tie fl.1*l brave* bar lei* reran* !" -. '' %  • M lh* W"ii-i" OaB • Dr T A. Itow UTOMOliYI REMOVAL NOI*I III It S\l is Kl M KM Ml I on Kt.vr ,,T *. gm .-Ah Or-r tr % %  —<• %  IK' — %  DM sits *|M> ,-->,l ...r.fl:N JS-Se THINKS UtTII" \1TL-r the luidenurned be* 1hroi.gr, thl* tn.diuiii lo return Uiank. D1U-1" %  l %  ELECTRICAL PANS—II and 1* l"* h lie..>naMv priced Al* many atiier %  .in* front ,,-randah. drawl.* and inm* '*~ J U matin tUed baihtaeen with %  ***••* • nd larse W'l> " %  liMit Front ground. * •**• %  •i m m*at UM and uinraaiiniai •>* % %  •nd beak •round, in f'fit "**• -'" kitchen gard-i. Inepection t>r lMWi><""< "" h Mr !nyd R Aaron, i o K R Hume „ Lower Broad Wwl Pi rot further part' A r Mandavlllr. Ch.nl rtiurth Rrclory dial SII M-ttn any day Monday to BEAM—We thank nil friend, who wni wreath' and •. mpaih aa U— death of our brother < %  -e BerTlnglew Draw. Miriam Griffith AlKii Dranc IN MEMORIAM \ \VW l.l loving "*"' of %  an M i on Anrfi l*t 1M1 }.rti.< UU All who do the right Holy Children tntt iha.l .1 In ihetr robe* c( white For I bar Heaven *o bright Ii %  -JI!.'I ."! ikwcll i mother LMU UUU tlrnvthei hegmald Max well ifaihen. Malcolm KaSwfi] ibroihar" PajJlne Maiwrll (alaterr. The Clmwnl AWOI \ IMK.MS PRIVATE TUITION ShorthandTTPit g. Spent, h and Olimil wnu IbMn* Bo. n BrtdoMown Dial Jill bi**n t m and d p.Ri i' s M : OKI &XCTKIC PADfT PRAV OUT KmiGPtATOR • *""• ,oot >^" ( ororr Dial *T '—-* 1 rullodm I **•. Vandrrpool la i u-m HKMTIRF I M I—i.n Oap Prom lat A*ll. T\,l>.y funiiahvd 1 bdrom* Vm |ond %  • .-D-ili."( Ai (i d—i > -i %  la rroni IM MM Oiaham. Dial lin. M 1 M I I n. I II". .(L.I \I11T COTTAGE .T i i-.i. Fniiv liirnMbwd i r i 1 AUCTION Thuradn unsnuKE on* UMl I hav* Man inalructad br tho *'ilun o l%  C" h "" DeCourcy tw b-1l-t ...own a. R.H-to i*\ bp 'nr W> by n,y oWlcf Middle Bli nnl 3rd April til 2 P in 1 arro H M fta-J "• l^i'd •' < !'•' -" Knll. W 1.U' • buiiim on Unda of IW OrlflliM and Rrlflrld Uraham. A.- IW tQ.-ata laai ai Moon Port. St Lucy on U> %  ) O" lB"da ol M(Dniu>l*l Am | u.rthri -..lh Ihfthatt*. DAIICV A d %  %  %  MOUUU. rilHMMlLll KLAT-wllB •i'V and Unan Good S*a-b.lM> i i ..i!"'i.;.n Appf to Alma L*.hU-> No. S Coral Sand.. WorHiinf. I ll.n LIVESTIKK COV-4W Oray OurrMry and J"^ ,,i c.H *• Pt Uit rl< Ph.nn'M' PVrftpV Tlirrr ,m.Ui-h.ir £*?" Mar rMppiaa iBitchw a w old pq' :o waaK daira J ••— ,n SFAjn-tL. n'r-Camininlcilr M li.taon. MITllhl. *t PHIUp J^^JJ MECHANICAL art CalrulaunB Mairhlnj PPOPCRTV: In K>n. ronaliiina; aa* PAamn fdM "I UMl loaclhar *llh Uta OMUM "••!"" i iiioraon propiv o, iha EataU ol D"-*!* !"!" tr-T(irtn. ilnfKMKl Ti April. 1M. -I 2 p.. Tor Inapa*. apply on tha pranuaat Tor turtnar -'iCUlU. BUI'. ITVTCHP<*oN 1 HANrm.I> %  PUMIBI M S U-Aii IX'KNIIUtKD .. .; 1 llaaaall 1 \ :. ) % %  From April lit. Pmaoa aooi )U an. CimiioriaUla "MM IV.,;. St ..,.1.1.. -,ih l pad Ma M rrmlaaa 11 1 Id—1.1. ro r t.-i •fatal*", Nala hraa Badroan w. Haad. Navy j;in 3UI ZB 3 W-Jn NOTICE TBNDEIt.t ara invttad •( %  ••hiawati %  ba hr(d al Kentinflon oval on Ttmnda> 17ih April and at tha Inlrr*lonUI mart Hui to ba hold Mi Ml TWtaBI • 1 IUH aAl* N* PI I111C AIIIION II 1 -l\* i-l April At Lower Ma. iha ttwl it> chaiwl IMMI* (... i. -1 ll'lrourt" with drnwmf din in* rooms. 2 badroom.. kllarrn .,., rloiat. wolar and ll*M. Ialvanl?a pal %  %  WltNHPAT fad April ,.,. DCVMM M„M.-t... I at I a propariv callrd ; FREE YOURSELF from the BONDS OF CONSTIPATION ind dining IV.ion. ic-il nt land ana a nnulaiand'h. drawlntl a badrnom*. aitahm. nd bath and tparlota) ard p*rtl.r M HIDNRIDAT tat tpii At lat Ava Maria Uap. at a p m I rhattla houaaa puai* t^t al N. i aatdaii. IVAt"V A SCtJlT. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER i Thursday 3id ApMJ Htdaboard. Uauo %  Pimples Go Cause Killed in 3 Days %  .In ... I %  ,, NIIO%  Nixoderm r*r Mklm Trsufclci FURNITURE AUCTION KINNOUL Vlealai naataiai a< ala HHiala Ended Hettra. Oval Tabla. IW T-blr. K.tin.. Tablra. llo. krt. %  ;. If I Wnncr Waaon. Drrwlna Table at | All Ik. Aaav> la Maha ( an. ] %  wood Chain sieii L-dd.i. Cxkp!.. l-urte.. .n>d Minor. HlM H.M*P. Pfcturaa. %  AUCTIONEERS Jlb N V|.llla.pJaa,. II O. A F 8.. P V.A. I'kaaa PIN. I'laaUllaaa Halldlaa I'll. Th>world'a flnaat inattor ...1..I. ..I .II l—,![,, Oawal •'' aTaTVIM I IMaM V.iu. vahl.1* rtea.iv.. the bert %  I null. 'found wbarev.r fine Ml i >,tl W.ai.l e..k.Ufnl Dt-Mcna II W pa' vard. 41 wide i. i Ania/lna B-M %  • STANWAV STnltr .-II . JV)U In II ,'1 urn AND STRAW MAP I...I beautiful dr-iam ltrn.itlt> your i' Aiailabta al Thjnl Broa Dial MM. M3.U--I I'HINTS Atii.ru.n Print. %  an lor Houaa Coal. I ..'... a >tl Thanfi U t I i itrrmc.HtATon—Ora m Eiuoiu (eraatM Oil Krlrlaaralor. tn fl. i'" ii> In pcrfact worklntl oidar ipplr: Mra Keliti Wabalar, Haiilaona laiilaUon. 81. Lucy IS I 51 n StluES. l-ili. Whlla SlMMM and llaU %  < Eailar. you o IO —• thaw at Tltanl Ina, Dial MM IB l.U t f n SFP4W: Amvrd vaMardny 40 dLfTarHI liind. Fraah Vaalable Cardan aVaadB, 'ih>a*. Ban. Carrot. Lattuca. Turnip Won eu. aUo M kind! Ho.ar Qaidrn laada. Zinnia, Phlox. Pvtunla. Candy '.,11 -U al PHl'CE n'r^TII* Kill .AH I< >I'J4ADO Intainational K 41. Bat .. r indlllon. ncrlletn aqulpmant. gouo B*Md raoord. Coat fffOBM ROW aaaa I Sra. Wiak. Trlaphaite a* ia II si t i %  I r %  %  Ottna: Phillip* Battery Itlon Old I CapMap ltcd.1e.d In lb and Iron Uadataadi all ir.a* witn Vono Sprinaa and Dunlorlllo Matliaxf l Waalkttanda: Painted Bid room PUmHiara; .. %  i %  .. i KIl.li'K T-M~ l..,.'.. Stnva. Mhavt* of BvarlW, W.ilUba IMti and olhei SaltII SoVlork T. SK'NKER. TROTAN COA tictlonet M 30 3 U—In UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER Haad fU Philip i A A I U Mull' llolelown radav imh Mr T A I Dun* iik. WartMna Ida lit P. Mi. I Club '. !• %  I Adatn IIIIMlt 1KMVIM. All rank, will parade at %  %  %  miniature ranaaa; Ihoar n %  AlA rr.rH.ea Band p, %  i ..II Mond. mal Thiiraila* parwln wef Monday t \t Tnvat Volunteer, who did <.. .law par at Baal UU at I.IMI sru latOOTi p| %  ip I.MO. open to all rank %  CfJU Carter. U A with ai iiRUlkl.. tll'IIIIR AMI ORDF-LY *RJFAST I \PRII_ * Officer UaAit terieattl TllK BARItADOK RIOaTeTeWT i l \ FOSTLNOI _. ,. ^uariea.. D. „ I*"'^ 1 bat. Pie. Bourtvo. M lal^. Pi. Be.t. E 6M. Pie. Cran O HB7. Pie Branker, K aal, Pta. a^Mta-MM. C. Oal E. DaT -' air o,Mted lo A H i.' OUl. Tie Ward, aft, ii,Cfpirtiai N aM. Pta .. K faW. PI* ii.ii.aan. C. tao. "'•'' %  -••. L* M. A TOO. Pl#. Wldthai". C C 70a. Pte. WoMror. M. 7M. 10ft. Pte Lot ell. A. D %  i. i.ed are putted to II Company M I. I) SWBWM-COX. Ti .. lot l %  Itl-el Thurlay ITlh — MtSweellleld. St Pater Tueaday 33t..i M. Sal Eaar lit It Kit HKANKLK, TROTMAN All-11 mi i'. r> CO n Hiu VOIHIS §T. LUCIA BEACH BUNGALOWS FOR SALE TWELVE uui.iclivo wooden buiuf*l>>ws, -with about one Kie of liind oach, on lhVigie Pt-nlnaula, St. Lucia. n close proximity to %  ah (11 miles from Castries) are beinn nil .ii mlu al reasonable prices ranginK from 14.000 to J7.000 (U.W.I ). fully fXirnished or unfurnished. Electricity and watcr Bl laid on. 2 A substantial former Military brick building; in the same locality is also being offered for ,ale at a price of $26,000 (B.W.I.). 3. No reasonable offers will be refused, 4 Inquiries and application* should be made L> the Government Agent for the Sale of Vlgie Peninsula, Office or the (CommisrioOfsr for Reconstruction. Castrk*. -St. Lucia. B.W.I.) 28th February, 1#52. fl.J.52.—4n. MARBAIuia flVU. MKVII I -•.," 1\ HUN IllVISiON I NOTICE Ii hereby men thai kvn I of the B C •* It . haM an Monday lh* II". m ad|oum*d until Tueaday. the lal of April. IBS), to con.tdet >|i Thror RraohK Mr R P Parrta ssra ai DtrMaai I are aaked to mnk* a .prrinl rflutt lo attrnd i". n-retim OM tSliSaaiy, l-i April, ertatoti will Ire held at the Le,t i i of VWtir. and Agrirulture p icoznot, ifsa am m NOTICE WIND MI'I-^KIIH JAi-Kirrti an AaO lotin MM Oent< net lh*> si Thm KfflS Dial MM Si 3 U-t f n IMI1V.MI The publK are hereby warned a|a a'^iiu credit lo ,„< wUa Vllull.lA tPfNcn inaa Blackmail,, aa 1 do not iTaaaa i e.p.. n .lble lor her or anyi -. OJM contrntUnaany debt or ilebt. i tinleaa by a written ,.r,l.r %  .i dull* Hour. Itoetmck Street Wlla-Hi '-',*,',','.-,'.',-,',* NOTICE l i HATLANI dea t,,.na thai 1 %  %  t. .r.ouid be mJ C Hutaon. who < ralad al Central Station. TELEPHONE 4MM III. I., I rbrl.tl.n rr.prl'l-ii UENEJIAl. MEBinfANT Office and Kealdence: r.raer paaaaf. a Maalrr. Ran ... I '.! %  ~ > V////aeW*W/////*y*W. 1 %  \ i..-.u I ..i... H....-I.... v h.td at UM V M C A Ai it 7 30 p.m. All rlulh •and Ihatr appiirati. V M C A %  i FRIDAY. 4lh 1 i n s>es>s n s** lUlp liittbados to help iuelf ':' %  : LOCAL INDUSTRIES KARBAINIS FOOD PRWDM'TS in mt ..Iready tried i .ii L. itl.. turecl Ham ltacon. why not visit o*. counter al Messrs General Hardware Supplies, RickettSI when you are next In tOeTIL We can supply: — 1 H lliims—S1.30 per lb. Shoulder Hams— SI.10 per lb. Butt Hams $1.20 per lb. Streaky Bacon — 11.15 per lb. Back Bacon—$1.20 per lb. FURNISH IOK I AM I IE is nearer than you think HASTER Mi I I rpMidt. Bedi. Cradle-. *'"* o0r *' W>iatland> W up. t-"H and Hot Ra>ruiS — TAIVLES for DlnlS Kitchen and Fat^y —. I*rder. Wi0>ni, Tea Trolwjr.. i.nard. Kitchen. China and Bed..,„ ,.t.i. ,-iI ...i %  Ii DRAWING ROOM KIT1N1TUHC Riath Fiimiliire for Ultl* end Bid—PIANOS Pram, Ice It..tea Typewriter .'< ether Mc* l -ill. ALL AT MONEY s.WINU IflUCafaV L. S. WILSON OXMII'; to uirrcney roslritliiui^ thtg Anieriian feed is liklcy ut he scarce in the near future. WhttliMilers — Ketuilers &l*(iullr\ Keepers would be isi> lo itOCfc "p now with .... 4.IUBONS IllliS al priies that defy compt'liilnii triiiii .... HAROLD 1'ROURRS III. LID. PARAGON ntnpM.ms Four Bedroom*, Dlnand Llvlns Room. Pantry, i Kitchen, and a very nice Study ui"itn* on T". acrna _. _^ Sltunta near Sea we 11 Airport. I*t ice veity reaaonabl*. Imperlton by .ippointment only. niMiAlAir Rocklry Naw Road on appro* imaielr l,OB0 •quar* Icel ol land. Mnpilfkant view includlnaT Clld Couraa. thrre Bedroom.. Drawln* .i.i Dtninr Room. Kitchen. lyownitaln: Carase. Sarvanta nin.li with Bath and TWlet. ard room lor Laundry or lllfaftlg, REALTORS Umited HFAl. BeTTATB AGaWTS AUCTION FXRS VALUERA BUILD IN O COt4TRACTOR iai/lSS Roebuck Straet. HrldsatOW". Phona 4000 RALPH BEARD'S SHOWROOMS LOWER BAY STREET. %  %  ao that tbrv nuts L, •!*> v oba by the timer a I Meetln, M M!ki A JISI TO i urchasr from Thi T.< ids !i %  If Modern Building, having a frontage of 72 ft. I Ground 6.000 st|. ft.. Upstairs 5 800 sq. ft. ideal Business Investment, being Light and THE BIG EVENT OF THE YEAR THE LOYAL BROTHERS OF TOE STARS L 0 -TV. V TH. X -t *:.%tl*10Hil M P-'hvei the Goods at Your LVx>t 4'EVrHAI. K.MFOHID.M Cornrr Broad Tilde* Streeta Cool, nlre.t.ly Floodlight. Power and Light PoinU are installed also Three T, .' AvaUal .' %  for uac on March 31st. ILABLE FOR USE ON MARCH 31st. Bargain Frice J; I2.0U0, or can be Rented on 1, 2. or 3 Years' Lease. Apply ai Showrooms 8 a.m. lo 12 noon. Phone 5010. Afier Hours 8657. ',',"* '.'.*.'.',e**,-,* Carnival •OVEX FRESH' SEIIVICE You can now gel your grocer our New Delicious 'SHIRLEY SWEET BISCUITSfrom or from the nearest shop at 46 cents per pound Ak lor --smrii.fr.-. HIM I II v Ta-elaj REAL ESTATE JOHN fVi. HI 1IIOS CO. a.r a, r.r.A. t-OMTBEBEKan'E UT1NOS ALWAYS AVAILABLE. FOR SALE %  UOI.DFR* MOISX. St Jnnw. —An Bala** h*aa built of *"• with pUM ftoora -nd ahinsla^froof 3 recnon room,^ 5 £*£*%* uaual outbid Wins* The """'T %  Vanda on appro*. 4 acrea of w Umbered Und '"->'•nad by a cloaely ptarited Thaouuundina m -Hotder%  the 1* alte which haa Ue •dvanuae of bams well awnaad ihoffany i with t aides Coaai ta U away and town ia • aaaaaa HUMUOVK f*t Michnel mellowed old .tone property „t the Coaat With (nod boat anchi-.iS. and about 1 mile from anwn. witi Sk arrea ol enclowed aaouno-. tb> major paK ol it PV"} 1 1 productive coco tyMHooroa. sallerle*. Soluble either tor a..d fruit t munuad uae club i boardins houar •CASABLANCAMas wall* Cdjaat A beaulllul propeiiv arnbodl.lnd the fUieil prr-a-r wo, kmananlp WeU daaupind l"r e.-.-y '"nimui wlUt S receplkin mm. a < %  *•iii.-ndiih. kitchen, pjnirv. aiorerooraa et. The land M. 1 arrea *>IUl faawea le lardrna. pniducUre i a> coeonut BTova One ailed sardan may ba aold aavar.t.ly aa a buildlna RM '"lir tIJ St l-etar Ratate IQlMU) built of atone with pampattad roof, i. a dimns loam lanw • %  wlih Franah window* leodln lo tovared Verandah" from which llwfe 1* an unobilmciad View ol tha eea a ahort dUtanoThe 1 b edroarna an* larje and airy, net haa IU own bathroom a.th tub balh and Mol water There ia ample ecape lor rmptoAemenla and modemlaatl.ai lo be carried out without the properly lo-in* it. Old World" atmoephere jround. are approx 3*. acre* well planted with treee and njacHmr ahmba of all varleUe* There ara a rarrUda-araya arid rlsht o( way over tha beach with .reellent belhlnr "LTNCBBl'RO". Sth Ave Bellevtlat — An attractive and well proportioned 1 %  tora/ houar altual•d o n a corner alia of I1.SOO *q. It CMlUlna S lallerlea (I eneloaadi, tars* drawlna room, etody. modern kitchen. S badrooma. laraga ate Law figure accepted for quick tale, owner totnf abroad. WINDT MILL. Render \Tnia | Ch. Ch. -Modem built buns-low 1 bedroom.. lounie. kitchen. Sarnie. ervant* Quarter", walled and Btandlnl on SOOO aq ft. Lai In food ara* with unobstructed i lew A by reaaonabl. B-raptod. •UHIUTDI", SI. Lawrence %  Spactoiii ftona built bungalow with Bhlnale roof, very well planned with wide iref-andahl at fmnl %  nd %  Ida, I aneloead saiiertea. larsa airy lounse and dlnhu| 1 double badrooma. kltchei panlry. S arvanta' rooma, i %  nd OUllKntaaa The land la com. pletalv anctoaed and there la direct acceoa to the in with sood balhMOBEHN RISIDINCI Miixwrlli Verv well buill alone hrnue near coaat witti apaclou* drawing room bavins French window* leading lo wide roofed varandaM. dining room. breakfaat room. flttail kitchen. 4 double bedroom., ten' Batrute. aatvanta' auartera and private acraea to good beach. Thut properly which ateo Inrlude. a detached and rcadllv aalrdble bulldlrui plot ia i.nVn.l at XIJO0 or near nfler which figure reprer*nu esttremeiv aound value and carrlei our itronseit roromBINOALOW. Maxwell Co.rtA well buill bunaalow with 1 i—In -..,.. larg* living room, kitchen, garage, aervanle' quarter! A pleaiantly located property for COVE SPIINO HOI SB. St. H A Moray houaa on coaai with good ground* and Intereaiing poaaHillliiri. That* la eacallent bnthinx from aecluded and priv.le Bandy cov, •IN CBANCI.RY i„ ch Mar low. Modern well daaafiurd and aoundl> hulll bungalow; on tha c-i.an whara tr.ro u alway* a coolinc brorre They. I* n larfa combined lounge dining room, kitchen with ar-rving hatch. I hedioivma. built in (-arage ami all MBl nftVet Open lo offer*. -WTMDOVER-, It. Patar-A •olid one Morey itona re.ide„ce with ahirr rd roof, lately I e naively re-mode I led with greal cara by the preeartt owner Tha houaa baa > wide roomy verandah* at front and 4de. large drawing room, aaparate dining room. I good bedrooma (with w.ih ba.lnii kitchen. Laundry, aervanta' quar* tera and garage O round, an over 4V, acrea with product!,. orchard, flower and vegetable garden*, driveway and large parking apace for ear*. "Wyndover" i' wall elevated al-a.a benefit, from a breeve and command* perfect view* cctllna •MALTA". St. Peter-Modern coral .tone houte of encopUo %  nund coiutrurtiori—axleruuvi modelllnaT and re—decora tio n haa Jutl bean completed. Tha loufifo. of ample dlmenaiot.*. open a onlay wlda verandah* with moot att-aclla !" r e view*. Tha three bedrooma are fitted with built-in wardrobe* and alao waahbaaim. and the Iwo bathroomi have H,C wator. KBChen well fitted out and are lupplied with H/C wa" ...„t quarter*. ground* of about are well laid out and lanced. Main* and well water A moat de-irable and nifhiy rrcommended property. HID RENTALS ATTRACnVE r C R N I %  oral Near Yacht Club, available June to Dec. iloclualvai. MODERN rt'RNISRED MOt BE. %  2? v L -* n Immediate poeeeaakon. %  OBEtsilXL. St PaterFurnlahad. NEB TON LODOB. Malwall Coax -FunUhed. km mediate BM•eulon HHITBHAII. FLATS-L'nfuro. '•bed. early pinawa ton asaiDBNC*. i Mile ll,ll--Baau. Itlully fumuhed, .wimmlns pool, cloaa to tow... a.cellanl .tafl. nvaiiauaa to approved tenant* BIOHGAIE Unfurtmhad flat. Rt.>AvaiUble to appr'ot anu from May to Nov. XR'ALBS— Wilde-vAvaUabla Phooe 4U9 Plantations Buildlna



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-.1 MlW. M \IKI1 30. 1952 l \ll\\ \I)V(>( \ II I'll.I I 111! I s GOVERN MENT NOTICE paooKAmi or nmnamor MAM ravmui MATERIAL Importers of th* atltclcs as; out in the schedule attached hereto %  .i %  I hould submit returns if their minimum of 1B&2 and lit !M 2 The return should set out the quantities which it is expected .ve to be imported from* — (I) The IT.S.A %  :her sources. (3) Ertimaicd stock a) end of June. 15I. 'i Return* should be submitted to this efflce nor Im.-r than rhe • aciiFni L*: CM!** Steel ban Other carbon steel liar* and rods (hot-rolled) die and other S Tons Concrete reinforcement bars (from new or old billets) S Tun.Iron bars Carban Steel Sheet, rtate ad Strsp. hat *r rat*, railed S. Tons Steel sheets, carbon, hot-rolled S, Tor,. Strip, hoop, band and scroll, carbon steel, hot-rolled l Iron and steel manufacture*, n.e.s. (carbon steel circles) S. Tons Iron sheet*, black. (UlvMlied Sheets and TcraeaJ.l* MUMMM S. TooOttui nalv.mir.ed steel sheets T Initiate B Ton' Tmplate. electrolvtu i arben Sleel Slructaral Shapes and mine Structural shapes, plain not fabricated, carbon steel BtatM piling, carbon CnttaM terl 11*-, aatd TW* I TDM Seamless casing, carbon steel S Tons Welded casina. carbon steel S Tons Seamless black pipes and tubes S. Tons Welded black pipe and tubes, steel S. Tons Welded black pipe and tubes, wrought S. Tons Welded galvanized pipe and tuber S Tons Welded galvanized, pipe and tubes, wrought S. Tons Iron and steel pipe, n.e.s., carbon steel S Tons Boiler tubes, seamless, carbon steel 8. Tons Boiler tubes, welded, carbon steel Hire .ml Hire ITeducU S. Tons Wire Nails (other coated) S. TurnGalvanized Wire S TOILS Barbed wire S Tons Other nails and stnples cut Mate carbon steel Other Mill torim *nd HrodurU S Tons Carbon Steel billets, blooms and slabs \llo> Stcrl Ran S Tons Steel bars, alloy, cold-finished, except stainless UM. burr, alloy, hot-rolled except stainless thigh speed tool) 3 Tons Other alloy steel bars hot-rolled, tool, (except high speed, I vi.pt stainless) IJla] sirrl BaaaBj and Strip S. Tons Alloy steel sheets, hot-rolled, except stainless s. TOM Alloy steel sheets, cold-rolled, except stainless Stateless Steel Ine.U. Bloeam. BllleU. Slabs. Tube KoutuK etc. Thous Poundsteel sheet bars, and tinplate bars. Mainlt-s Thous Pounds Tube round*, stainless Stalnle Steel bar. Thous Pounds Steel bars, cold linlshed Itattalaa, ThOU Pound. (HtKv Meal bars and rods, hot-rolled, stainless Slalnle.Steel Hire Rod* and Wire rTeducU Thous Pounds Wire Rods, stainless Topper and Copper-Base Alley Bnssa Mill Pradaet* Copper-l'nalloyed Thous Pouodj Copper rod* and bars (excluding wire bars and redraw rods) Thous Pound r ( ailed stria. rhaaahtHCapper sad Capper plalea. SheeU sad Flat Capra-Nlekel strip Thous Pounds Brass and bronze pipes and tubes Cepper-Hire Mill rradacW Thou* Pounds Cmufm irUa aad %  ,.>n on]* Other Copper Ware sad Cable Thous I Pound* Building Wire and cable, tlbrous covered and or jacketed! Thous Pounds ThouPounds Thous pounds Pouno* Alumlam Thous Poundi Thous. Pounds Thous. Pounds Thous I'.ill.ct Thous Poundl Thous I AhiMkn* Thous Pounds Thous. Pounds Building cable. Building cable, metallic, armored Bulldlnc *rirfl .. taswlaaad cofapa* wire, n.a.s \ Aluminum bars and rasas, rolled Wire and manufactu-e-; aluminum Aluminum bars and lOdS, extruded ITnmanufacuut •nmurr and alui alloy Copper wire and cable, bars, except electrical transmisThous. Pound? Copper platen, sheets and strips Thous. Copper pipes and tubes (upper Base-Allnv Thaw. Pound Wr. | ODM bare and insulated (including phosphor bronze) excepting welding oleclrodcs and welding rods. Flraxand Bronze Extrusloru. Thous Pounds Brass and Bronze bars. rods, (extruded, rolled or drawn) 1 Mi!> Sheets and Tint or Colled Strip. Phosphor Copper and Cupro-Nukcl Strip Tulies ;.;,d tubing aluminum Aluminum she* I : % %  corrugated shea i FeU and Leaf Aluminum (oil (less than .006 in thickness) Aluminum or aluminum bronze powders and paste Lbs. Asbestos cloth Carbon or Graphite Products, i. %  Lbs. Blocks, bricks, shapes, artificial graphite Nlehel Lbs Nickel metal in ingots, 'tars, grains, rods, sheets Zinc Lbs. Other zinc cast in slabs, pigs, ir bit Other Nan-Ferrous MiUh and Alloys Lbs. Babbit metal, lead or tin base Chemkala Lbs Toluene or Toluol Lbs Phenols Lbs Reeorclnol Penicillin I \fi.'d |\,i. i • Jniis •\! M Tablets, pills and other solid forms Units Oxford BUxln syrups, ale., solutlnni and luananalona Units Oxford Other forms Units %¡ ram Streptoniv-in Lbs. Hexjiresorclnol JM. Copper sulphate or blue vitrol JM. Napthcnie acid (ilvrerlne Lbs 1.1 wet inc. rellned Lbs. Carbon 'tetrachlorlde I'.la-l-m Lbs. 1 %  l.ullI'Mliate sodium Lbs. Sodium bu Inornate I'hMphoru* Lbs. Phosphorus, elemental white and yellow AIM. 'i WHEN YOU USE TAYLORS SPECIAL BLENDED RUM iWllli Tae DMIarilve Hlvwl You art sure of having the Be<-i Try II and De Convince.: SIP IT — TO ENJOY IT Illrndrr* : JOII.X D. TA yum A sow I.I,I. Special Offers — (To all Cash Customers) from Monday nisi March %  o Saturday. Slh April Usually $9.00 STKEI. DEED BOXES 14 10" . $111.00 18" S13.IMI 10" S1S.00 J2" $19.00 CALEDONIA WOOD STOVES No. 7 SM.(M> %  >• 8 $65.00 Sow $8.00 $9.00 $12.00 s| I llll $18.00 $511.00 -lillrln BARBADOS HARDWARE CO. LIB. N... IB Swan SI. Phone 2107. 4 lor, or 3534 PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE We can supply this in RED OR GREEN in leu.;ill of .>• ft.. 75 ft. and 100 fl. nt reasonable prices. Thin How is lonu lastm,-. easy to use. and easy to clean. SECURE YOURS NOW FROM PLANTATIONS LTD. >,*-'-*.*-*-*-*.'.*-'.'.'-'.'.*.',* '.'.•V-*.*,*.*.'.'.*.*,*.'-'-'.*-'.*.*-'--.--• INTEREST RATES In consequence of the recent increase in the Rank of Enulund rate interest paid on Savings Bank Accounts as from April 1st.. I > ,.'. will be increased from M, per annum to 2' %  per annum mid interest earning balances will be increased from $2,300 to M.1MHI (all other conditions remain i.m hanged). Kates of Interest payable on deposits lor fixed terms of not le id. HI :i months or more than 12 months, will be advised on application by intendinj. depoMlors. The rate of interest puyahle by borrowers on hank advances will also be revised from above date. BARCLAYS BANK DOMINION COLONIAL AND OVERSEAS) THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE NEW TIMES! NEW FASHIONS! NEW SHIRTS! RELIANCE TIME Sllill I BAHMMAUOS LOVES > '*''' r '>*s*'*',* f "*'.',*s.'*'.*+*s','.;;',',' l r '. COSTUME JEWELLERY • A new shipment of this attractive. UmmiallHI JEWELLERY uTCaB Czechoslovakia %  penct IIHINESTONF VICKI.VCFS included. • LOUIS L. BAYLEY Uolloll I 'Mi Phone IMf Aquatic Club <.ifl Shop Thorn IS97 ATTENTION:— FACTORY MANAGERS \vi: CAM MTri.Y \ iri.i. BANGS FROM !. %  m I STKAM P1PK FITTIM.s l. M \ \NISF I'IPE IITTISt.s sntAM wnmNO ill. TVIMs Ml Kl PAI KM4M GLNFRAL HARDWARE su ^ NGKaTR STREET (Opp PHONE 4018 N ',-. %  %  %  ,*,•,'*:'*'*•*: '*;*,'*', ,-,'.'.; %  w NOT ALL THE TAINT. ONLY THE BE^TI Paint Is one of the big Items In Builders' Hardware and wo always will be O.H.8. for the best; B-H Paints are rliht there, and here A. BARNES & CO.. LTD. FOR GENERAL EMilM! ROOM STORES including:— 111 I.TlNt, in Leather. Camel Hair, ;uul CaJIYaW-lHIdn III IT FASTENERS, on. CANS. PR ESSUR E GAUGE GALVANISED A STKAM PIPI .v. FITTINGS FILTFK CLOTH, — WHITE COTT4IN TWILL si M \i.(iil> mil linn M \STK 11,,, lli.il.i Walk) i NGINE. CYLINDER 4. MOTOR oils and GREASE For "EVERITE" ASBESTOS CEMENT RIMHIIM; A SDMI CAPS Send your urder> lu • • THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. Phone: 4S1K White Park Koud •. '^^V^^.*.'^.'.'-FOUR FACTORS that (pAvtzct lfjouh aVc: Aik lor EMO Elba Motor Oil. the best oil your money can buy. I I



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aaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaa PAG1 SIXTEEN -I NDAV ADVOCATE MAIHV M MICH 3. 15I PROPRIETOR!\OTGUILTY Self Help Enterprises Hold Meeting Mr. J K. T. Brnck*r. M C.P Th' Ilortiritltund Exhibition v From Pagi no *rd of Criticism wan at a record low. befort vou can Director* of Soif Help Enterprises Besides, what could anyone critanylhin* Millmgton tell*. Ltd. ui thfl .innual awncral meet|dse? Wo thought W* did hear n will hav? to flcrutinlK ing of the company on Thursday a pn.irisairal comment about ".'.''. .1, ,., i: I-!V"!vn'( very v.i) <:ui-;.iii;. at thv Children'* Ooodartlr X"fu opaalng Un exhibition 01 Bund*] lM d iYOU may come to the conclusion Luildlng. Mr Branckar was the Bul> wnal h rm Was lhe „. nW was .tabbed that you cannot beliav* any tiling only director who rgflr ed Jc wiej a Iiy le ,y, indeed a sermon, In ,c force with he aa>'.< and if you come to thai the* const it uljon of the company PVOrj u i ooro< m cv erv peUl even? no the other conclusion, you will have to dlsbut WM •"gibl* '<* J*f$ 'J?" Was it KaaU who musAl: beauty man not guilt* .( murda*. not credit him. and will again be chairman of the „ Uu|n flnd (rulh bMuly pnd %  '>.... ,„^.K.„ .i. # B Board that is all we naad to know' And r.uiU> i ll nd that in Hit Lordship then referred at wbeUie V"".h; length to the cr.tk.5ms made by CK.-T Directors present were ich a least of beauty unrolled %  lfl the l 1 !" reaprct of the ( vl Mr T O. Bryan. M.C P. Mr. S. .self before us Our'minds waiw ,| U( .| oo behalf of the Lashley. Mr E. Layne. Mi G. de,l hack to the hot houae. -J the Emissions and Foster. Mr Uyd Smith. M-C.P. EasterttoV ... oUbffi clime—lb* %  tiessed by both counsel Managing Director and Mr. T. L. array of Easter lilies giant chryrcmlnded Ihe )uiy that it Harris. Secretary. santhemums. daffodils, narcissi, is the duty of the Prosacution The meeting adopted the 'cyclamens, aialeos. hydrangea* ii to osublish bevond all reasonstatement of account.-, for the year an d all the icst. Here in Bnrha.hl able doubt and to their salisfacand agreed to a rcromrnemiBtion de „,. a show, not one whll lat* tion the guilt *>' ,hp accusad. He that a dividend of ST be pici behind, of spring and ummn ,,,t re-emphasised the points of law to all shareholders. beauty at iU most ecstatic best And n which he had earlier directed Th* meeting 6 ,' ^W' 1 !" Oula'de. the savannah wore a them and set out again the alMr. E. C Hewitt. Auditor, with b U „ I|CM .,| h „, k .j^ u-iiig. N v.uU: winter's killlnt ii .iii ir f you nnd that the MHSOOD of '-n being asked by the f R** 18 1 1 by October to hove erected Reasonable IViiibt the forcmnr announced a verdict of not guilty of any offence. Hit Lordship discharged accused who was whiffed away i p ilice waggon which waited utside the Court. St. Jtmrph Round-Up Manjak Mine May Be He-opened N EGOTIATIONS are afool to reopen the Manjak mine M< .. i. "i Park* Bt .luei'ii it was Je. rnt yesterday. The Manl.ik mine which was formerly owned by Raymond H. Emtage was closed down many yeas ago. for this |a"bles would defy description by .. far advanced and construe, he mos t expert artist. Yes, tb* h tion would soon commence. island's gardeners were on theli Th., wen, oUr pUm .hlcfl ' !" "> •"*"* %  included the establishment of the "f many long recount rlivc local gardeninghieiarchy henit Is to their pioneering spirit their that the success of these exhibirelatives and shares In the company Glancing over the name And ASTHMA MUCUS Dissolved first Day B h sagwr.1 I T*i-i.iu dorlnr—4-irx'if lair. ir>nH>Bh (h%  ln 11 %  itn.-ha Tfc *'y HrM d, in* •ln>Mgl>n> iniuM* la duaolvM. Ihut % %  • i,kVIMU.I. u.,,. !>.. S1I.NI riea rn.m Aaihma and >'* *urfaMsi iar ' N a* lMla>ltul thai H . lu'inM IOB.V. | ihifir in n houra and la -• A*1h*M IftSiliNav nuHH. M.k in raliira oT cniptv iChac nat H THa flvsrantaa ptaiacii >a. BE WISE BOOK Hiiii.r & Hr Slow gi HN %  P.IIS HOI HI on ntiDAV APfcii. . itsa oor Sti** Bj Minfy Bog.r. >^.IH Aiwrnan VartIira . M Kn.i and thr Ho.>d Ho< foa. i Acrobat, i !<•* Trot Dance Cuntaa* Prua-a %  ale K'llk laaaaktll a i • 4*l*IOS B 4 noiiipv rrnn Burnar ta> to k<*p clean, Eron. '---'-•-,-,-,',-,', NOTICE THE DANCE which was to have been held by CI Al mi S T I.JWIS on Saturday Mte. May 3rd un at yl-EEN S PARK has been extended to \u(u*i 2nd. ISM owing to unforeseen circumMJ %  Mr. Smith appealed shareholders to lake an part in the business md over possible to induce ... friends to take tions Is due. On and on they go from one high standard If in i of murdei you should consider Ufly uii'tied it into him, saying. -Now I got ,f you find that the evi• sny thnt it is murder, If jrou hv a reatlnubt and you think It would ba .i gravg thlog on the evidence n* vou have it to come I the conclasion that hn one side and so and the oliiei side jnd you have a reasonable doubt, then, say not owpW guilty. If you arc considering, the question of the blow on the head f-^-pHAS msPIIAM a 17-ycarWeek in Barbados for the firs' ^V*"? flTT,\i* n if y vm. a dn *~* ,liu '-hofmaker of Church time on Monday. 14th April. ra fo ; example. iSS^^oSSSn JtlStAeVIW got into difficulties while During this week every invited ^^^ ^ lt a all < 5£!a Jx ?.^ .,, douhtrTi -not b .thing about 24 vards trom member of the Movement-Volf of whBl wc mcan n-,. and you ar. aoubtful not I fUlhshvha on Thursday Cub. Scout Senior Scout Rover Prwlucllons flum th e f. The matter now In ih.s ca.e li morning He was rescued by Scout. Cubmaster. Scoutmaster ^ of g, Jonn nced Inl' ni.HUl li"* id U1IB C*a" la a.!_„.„_. hi —> .-il r.mihlMimw—will I.C millerr %m ,,._...— u the flsht and how it surted and rTJnewjr >pham, hi in considering that you will have *M I rmher. Chcpha: to consider the the suffering witnesses and vou will lemcmcramp t b£ M,,x .,„,, ol the .luan Inilmenl and w dlxharmd. ^^V^^'u/wolkturuvahjip '>noi. ,,. n ..on.id.rln, Ihr ev.d.nc. J_ _•* KyLffi^.'S 25SSaT^JSE. !" ?!"S."^ " "" "^"""f !" re OB ? KT The meeting befon adjourned by thr Chi with appreciation which had been do period by the Directors SCOUT MOTES Bob a Job Week To Be Lcmnched it was another. Barbados owes these rman noted pioneers a debt of gratitude which the work can never be repaid. Happily, lone during the there are followers In Increasing i umbers ready and willing to carry on the good work. It was pleasing to note that splendid exhibits from both the higher and lower topographical levels competed, demonstrating that even in the less favourable sea-level areas, keen gardeners exist and know how to make the beat out The Boy ScouW Association. ot a^y S nd sites regarded a* loc3l Branch, launches Bob-a-Jou m tmi ra i to good gardening. The 17-yearWeek in Barbados for the first dry exposed Graeme Hall ter>ll repxampb i voured •tui-i. MI %  -• ia,i >i " — % %  • %  — — —' OOOaH22-ycurand Ci-mmlssioner—will be under. Nevertheless, it takes enwho wa taking Jobs of every description thtj ast ic gardeners to produw attack of ^ an effort to earn money for th* flucn a varletal wefl ith as wc are lor medical Association thus showing ti-i. atcu5l0(ne d to from that area. Ii discharged. Scouts can help tom*m*Bd conn )U s we lh ink. th-t .n-dvi.ire prepared to work for that help. l .,., u .i rcmrn t of each kind • and IM1IMP'-VINO-riSH -.r. picnU.u Th„ Cor, „a, .t,r,l in EnS'n,^ n !" iroun ar, evidence tn St Phblp ror the past land four years ago and met Remember: You won't he looking us good to-morrow o you do to-day. So get vour IU PORTRAIT tjken by "Cheit Marcel" Photographer (gradinv .f the N.Y.I, i Now located ol "SliveVton." Cheapside. 303 52— In. G.F.S. I THE ANNUAL SALE !• ;' of ;' J THE amur J ;I nttBNDLT SOCIETY J ? will be held at N THE HOSTEL ft SATURDAY, APRIL 26th 5 N ftoui 3—0 p.m. \ i> Details later *-'---*,-,'-'.'--.*,',*,',*-.**---'-*wuS <>f these witnesses" and also" the three weeks, hut "sales were "not com de roble %  %  %  evidence ol M.llinglon who told % %  encouraging as was anticlpatcently tried In Trinidad yST55 h. gVva ..vide, ol this td. %  r.shcrm.n from Long Bay Jamaica with much success and long niatoO Ol ouain-1and told the Advocate yesterday, thfere Is no reason why the local light* and law suits. Thirty-eight fishing boats and a efforts should not find public sup -,.*motor-boat are fishing for St. port. Careful CoiisioYriiiion Philip residents, but on many "a tlcular exhibit that we special^ admired was that of Buddlelas. This most attractive plant, s I native of China, can be disappointing In wanner climates and at low elevations, but the Toddi The sincere and hearty co-operspecimens were excellent. MS Y1HR ItOttl # / i*V# W. > We.c.in supply from sUck: GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS 8 ft. 7 ft. 8 ft. long EVERITE CORRUGATED 6 ft. 7 ft. ft. long SHEETS RED CEDAR SHINGLES GALVANISED DRIVE NAILS & DRIVE SCREWS GALVANISED WIRE NAILS all sizes MAXOID PROOFING COMPOUND A black p'tle for stopping leak* In roofs. WILKINSON & I1AYNES CO., LTD. knmv Y.iM ?' A K ?1 on ' > c PxW'c is .am^tl/ thi. highland horticuluiral conlre -*""..* C F ISSM ," P '" d '."* n 1 P"'" 1 "" xo .olicittd and lo cnr. lh B it will w. can only %  ulfett. H it hM "Sfif^.iH? m.l iVVrHo.. '"' ,l ""? ?^ l ', !" ch '*"" ,h "" beour policy to publish trom now already "t a plant, to onqulr I I.", th. .."...' '""'"• " 1 1 on untilthc actual Wc^k of Work Bermuda (or the yellow Buddleui. ol "these Ihr.. I "III A, foul Bay IB boats no „ u t bits of Inlorrnation with which the it flowers in that islanland some I ,„k al ll very carefully. lall tnd r?tu,n with encoura,public should be familiar. year, ago we oWjinrd a gaM, s&d 10 ^ S Sr&iyriSK SSMCBSSS J^ssxrJ^i s -? ffjfiSSra ass ^^~^ITL tsBA^-'K „ 0 f the.. Jim An.;";:: ^.^^.^S^gss s*ir^u& s is'g i !s ^^"s^^^'^ias %  U thf evidence and boa" JJou"' 'n '' > c c "" 0 1 * jobs of work should pay in Mu .„ wel i. somP individual %  ol -11 the witnesses. 5>' rtv,n J* • %  e ev,mm eordince with the worth of die 8ueclnwn) of plants new to Barvou will hive to consider all the J'*> "^k '" <"""tu>n to OUW job. Some lobs may be worth many ggg, whlch Attracted attention. .arefully They k "ds of Ut One bag of llsh is shillings. whik h e display ot Con ff eo al ,iu not connects in any way. approximately 650 fish and on the back of the hall provided but you will remember in crossauch occa-lons the residents get Secondly, every SrdXil ask rig |mu llllUv tr iklng background. In. passing. It may be of interest; perhaps, to mention hhat the only Secondly. for a job must be dressM i Uniform of the Movement Police Magistrate. A fisherman criticised the must bo in possession of a Job of -nriua | w #> did not observe among" You will remember their deSchedule prices of fish, saying Work Card duly signed. ui e varied and COmPTOhoOslvd 111 tht t.x nnd from all "Fishermen should be allowed to Any one presenting himseli for m^rtrninl was Torvnio. Nor have coma to .voui conclus(tell their catches at prices that a job of work not in uniform :ni wp Mer ,, j n local gaulms. ThlM Ion. Mr. Recce has pointed out p I> a -r them, according to the not in possession of a job ot Work handsome, little bedding or bor ItBgffJ changes a catches." Card is un imposter. dcr, pansy-like plant with Its statement he gave before the Po„„..„ „ .„„„.„ ... Thirdly, no one house should be blue and violet flowers, txtmc } Irate ii ll not enough r T0 8HINt.-BOATS bea visited more than onca unless by profusion, would be a useful •o condemn that vvitnesj unless nsilINta-BOATS cjuecn" owned by Lloyd request. Kind-hearted householdacquisition. Native of indio. it I himself OH MM polol Of anothe and you should therefore scrutinise the evidence vcis cniefiilly especially in a case such as this Nnw the question of who is entitled to the land or not is not matter for you. The great thing is that the defendant had a right to some of the produce of the land or occupation of the land. Fvidrnrr Criticised Mr. Walcott husmSl the * "^ ( 1 "" r, '"' £• ^' evidence of Eulise Headley and %  , "t" d ^r.a,^!^ Millmgton and as far as Milling•" "> be -een (In this case It Ion Is concerned. I think you will man and wi'e). of course Ihe difference in his Mayers and 'Unity" owned by era must not be imposed upon. Vou will have Oscar Holder overturned in Ihe to consider the evidence and regurf while returning to shore al inemhei the differences drawn Bathsheb.; on Tuesday last. Sea to your attention and say what Qtjeeei which also oveiturned on you believe or disbelieve In any Saturday last was damaged, witness. Before you can say he Minly right on that point. l T*WO St. Josephs houses were :i nave to scrutinise his 1 recentlv sawn in two part*. evidence very carefully because Q„ e a t Saint Bernard's Village you Dnd a witness contradicting 1,1* been aspirated already, while the other at Hortons Village Is still standing under one roof. At St. Bernard's the remaining part of the house ) only threo sides of a shed wlti. no top. and it is cccupied by a woman. Nearly SOO persons watched the division of the house some were laughing, but mother LM-I | wtapbag. Although WEATHER REPORT YEATERDAY Rainfall fntm Codrtngton: nU. Total rainfall for month tn date: l.ZS Ins. Trmperalure: 69.5*F. (Minimum). Wind Velocity: 9 miles per hour. Barometer (H a.m.) '"•>•>•. (II a.m.) £9.994. TO-DAY Sunrise: 8.00 a.m. Sunset: 6.10 p.m. Moon: New. Mjrch "J5. Lighting: 6.3t p.m. High Tide: g.07 a.m.. 7.11 Low Tide: 1..41 p.m. They'll Do It Every Time -—.. % % % %  —By Jimmy Hatlo practically naturalized In Trinidad and Demerara. Aftci It-ing established, it re-seeds ttaalf reodlly and so there is littl chance of lnsing it. SulUbly arranged, the flowers make attractive table decoration. It listed in Sutton's catalogue. There were some good specimens of vegetables on exhibition, but these, like the foliage plant the lawn, were somewhat dwarfed by the outstanding excellence and number* of the flower section. This review would not be complete without reference to the care taken by those responsible for the staging of the exhibition. They can foci that the time and energy spent were most fruitful. and greatly appreciated by the large number who attended. We hope the ameers of the Society will be kept busy during the next few months enrolling new members of an organisation which is doing so much to spreai beauty, pleasureful activitiy and garden knowledge in this island community. OPINION IS ALWAYS DIVIDED REGARDING THE SOLUTION OF WORLD PROBLEMS BIT THERE IS ALWAYS UNANIMITY WITH RESPECT TO THE HIGH QUALITY OF >IAFFI:I MADE: SI IIS QUEENS COLLEGE ENTRANt'E EXAMINATIONS, 1952 The Entrance Examinations for the School Year beginning 16th September. 195Z r will be held at Queen's College-early in Jure. Parents/Guardian* who have not already done so, muM write to the Headmistress for a "Watting I.it" Form and return it (duly completed, together with I the girl's Birth Certificate, not 1-ter than Thursday, 1st May, I9S2. Applicants must be 9 years old ; by 2nd September. 1932. The only vacancies are for pupils aged 9, 10 or 11 years, ORIENTAL PALACE IIEADQCARTERS FOR KH -VKNIRft FROM INOM. CHINA A CEYLON THANI'S Pr. Win. Hr. SI. Dial 3466 yu —tiiiudhj fixes !o on Ballon <£OJIB have WBAtfUunq 9 nsed in CfoiheA." Thr Shirt by Consulate in pleasing pastels. Tht11, It by Eldonia in fine leather—clip fastening. Tli,S|urk<. by Rice's in tailored Gabardine. Woollen Hose Morley—short, elastic tops. by C. B. Rice J .TJ. I. Ii.illl f to. Taflaara She's lovely she uses Coty BEAUTY PREPARATIONS PACK POWDER in Boxes. Each BABY POWDER in Boxs. Each BODY POWDER in Tins LIPSTICKS. Per Slick ROUGE. Per Box BRILLIANTINE. Per Bottle COMPACTS. Each SOAP -n Boxes of 3 Cakes. Each S M 2.40 .96 1.50 .84 1.08 1.84 2.22 CAVE SHEPHERD a CO. LTD. 10-13 BROAD ST j Win. FOGARTY a**LTD. 'I FASHION I COMES ON TIPTOE IN THE NEW LOW CUT ARCOLA SHOES! Lilting, lighl and-lovelv Spring Creations . Cleverly slyled, with Closed Back, and Toe. Spike Heels ... in Blue. Brown, Black. Suede and White Nu-Buck. HOME IS A HAVEN OF COMFORT WITH A . MADEIRA WICKER 4-PIECE DRAWING ROOM SUITE They're Attractive, Comfortable, Economical. The Prices range Irom $57.00 to S103.00 per Suite Less a special 10o discount during month ol April. MADEIRA WICKER CHAIRS SI3.S0 to S25.00 ea, a FOR BABY'S COMFORT PLUS HANDSOME APPEARANCE For ease in handling and years of wear, GET A PEDIGREE OR TANSAD ; BABY CARRIAGE AT FOGARTYS LINOLEUM FOR THE FASHIONABLE LADY WITH A FASHIONABLE HOME NEW SQUARES 72 X 108 90 X 108 108' X 144' Width by ihe Yard : 27 36 72 108 § JUST RECEIVED ... 4' 6" IRON BEDSTEADS with Springs ; : S33.94 ea. 5 3' and 3' 6" BEDSTEADS with Springs 4' 6" COIL SPRINGS S20.49 each S I Wm. FOGARTY • LTD. 1



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MAJOR ACCIDENTS CLAIM FIVE LIYES Four Die In Tank: One In Bus Mishap Twenty-six Injured TWO major accidents claimed Five lives yesterday. Four men died in a concrete vat at M. ,.nt Gay Distilleries, St. Lucy, at about 830 a.m The vat, which is used to distil rum is '!*> x 13 x 12 feet) and holds 13.000 MaiIons. One woman. 33-year-old Beatrice Foster, a hawker of Rock Hall, St. Andrew, was killed when a 'bus overturned at Spring Vale Hill. St. Andrew, at about 1.30 p.m Poetei was a passenger on the 'bus. Twenty-six others were injured. Some were taken to the General Hospital in an unconscious condition. The victim* at Mom:: Gay were. ALLAN CARLVI.F NORVK .1 or know %  carpenter of Hnrris', St. Lury: NAMt'KL < I.AKKt: (51), .. cooper, of Indian Ground. St. Peter; (;i VM: OUENIDGC 1U1..1 labour) I.VSTAL OltiFNincr (st). labourer and ;, comb who is ;L resident of Row Hill, St. Petei DAY OF MOURNING An expression of grief was on the faces ol many S ieople of St. Lucy yesterday. It was a day of mourning or them. The death of the four men was the topic of discussion at every street corner, under trees, in shops and in cane fields. Over 2.000 people gathered in the yard at Mount Ga\ Plantation. Weeping parents, relatives and ti h Hi with the crowd. They wrunj; their hands, moaned and spoke words of praise about their lost ones while sympathisers nearby expressed their regrets. Thil is the second catastrophe within ten years to come to Mount Gay. It was on June 19, 1942. when tin late Mr. A. F. Ward was Manager, that the Distilleries was flattened by fire. At the time of he fire about 20.000 Kallons of rum were in the vats. Lystal Greenidge, one of the men who died yesterdav. was slightly burnt in the 1942 fire. Mount Gay Distilleries is one of the oldest in the island. For over 100 years it had been manufacturing rum. Very little work was done at some of the surrounding plantations. Labourers walked from as far M Weld Town and Nicholas to Mount Clay yard. As the lorry, which took the four covered bodies from the Distillery to the Mortuary at District "E". pulled out of the yard, many people ran behind it to gel their las' glimpse of t he vi ctims. The vat TrTwhich the men died contained M inches of molasses. It has a depth of 12 feet. At one side thai 1 I a pipe line running over the top. I' is through this line lhal the molasses enters the vat. ONE' CAME HACK Twenty-lhree-yenr-old Hazel Edwards an > %  >. who narrowly escaped death, also entered the fateful vat. He told the Advocate that he went into the vat to see il he could assist Lystal and GftyiM Greenidge who were then inside. Telling the story of a man who came back from the iaws of death Edwards said' "I was in the centre of the the distilleries when I heard a shout. Some ont screaming for "Help. Help 1 went m the direction i I thi ihoittlng. When I got over the vat I looked into it and saw the Greenidges. Lystal was lying in the molasses while Glyne was holding him around the waist. Glyne asked mt to help. I climbed down the stern stick which is in tin corner ol the vat. When 1 got to the bottom of the vat was only able to touch Glyne Then I fainted. When 1 regained consciousness I was at the (op of the vat." A RESCUER Fitzgerald Agard <49) was the man who saved Ed wards. He said: "I followed Edwards to the tank. When he got to the bottom he began to struggle as if he had a lit. He held on to the stern stick while I shouted for help. Others came and we pulled him out." "Clarke and Norville came into the room Nnmlle held on to one of the beams and went down into the vat Hi was closely followed by Clarke. After a few seconds thej too began to struggle Rufus, a chauffeur then can i the scene." Rufus Austin said: "1 went into the vat I 9 two steps from the bottom. My hand could have touched Hawker Dies As 'Bus Overturns DEATH tame suddenl\ and quickly to 3a-year-i hawker BEATRICE FOSTER of Rock Hall. St. Andr ; when the motor bus A-66. owned by the Rocklyn Bus G and driven Ify Cyril Springer (45) of Spooner's Hill, Michael overturned while it was being driven down Sprii Vale Hill. Si Andrew, about 1.30 p.m. yesterday. iLYLIk I-I-I lUU labour** al UaUtera, Si. AUnw. ^L injured *"*> uutcn to Ihc General HotplUu, %  %  MI on unconscious condition. Sevan i I %  ii lulling the driver. takon lo .ung Room. net Foster, who leave* a Ung in one -i %  oat. %  : th<%  i> U> how 1 felt tliitt something was going to happen to her. Then I heard thai she wu 'lie Only one %  bus acvidcfH on the hill Hrrhcrl Nlchell* Of St ThnnuM. the conductor ol the bu&, ^ud ii lied quickly. All HM Mew, the engine and %  teen rug column were damaged. %  I the bus was lying % %  ', rights in %  n—anebt. when K Woiship Mr. O B. Grifftth arrived on the scene to view the dead body of Beatrice roster, which was later removed lo the St .Thomas Mortuary Hired wore:— WABJtlN IKIVELI. () carpenter of Trli Andrew. OI.IVE BOWEX (SSI labourer of Demillna Village. St. Andraw. lilt) .•I He UUK1S BLSt (Ja) UUwurci llR4lb. St. Andrew. JOHN tl.AKKh (&) UIMUMV of Bruc Wle. Si AM* >I i R i h L t.Kiiura OionUu) uf hVltaplalne. I.LOKIA UUUTITII U) ••< BeUcpUUB*. OKKALMNI HtADlXY (U) labourer of Lake.. SI. At. drew. IMOIATKA 1111 I. ,) Ii buurer of (orbln's VilU.' St. Andrew. HIRYL JUKDAN, labourer <>l Chalky Miu.nl St \mlr KlIITIt JURI1AN K21> laboui cr of n.i....-i 1 BL \inii %  IKVINt I iin.l I 128) labour er of (or bin's Village. Si. Andrew. LAL1TIA MARSHALL (It) hawker of HellrpUUM. HILDA PHILLIPS (W) 01 DominiViiUtr. St. Andrew. CYRIL SritlNGFR (451 (U-but driver of Sanaiu-r Hill. St Michael. MILLKLVr BIDDER, labou'or of HeUcplaloe. NATHANIEL 1:1 inn it <4l> labourer of llrllcpUlB*. TARM1NE WARD (19) of Cain' Garden. II. MM WORRELL .Ill Shorrv* Villa**. • on P|e 3 17 MOUNT GAY BASEL mWARna (tiitho thr nun who r<.rp#d the Mi. I1.11I an inifiMUm Mery to toll. He went •nto the rat to *ave the ureenldKri but he In turn had %  b| Hrte by ..'I'lli-i %  i: RelaUTf.i and frlPnd* (blow( crowd srotmd thr lorry with four revered bodlea on Its platform They UV letUng a lait glimpse of the victim* before the lortv lesren for the District T."" Kortnary The crowd (second fiom i',>ttoin) lit Mount Oay ..' %  •stlon yrd numbered ovei i.noo People came from u far as Nicholas and Welch Town. Bach face bore an expression of grief. The cans* (barkgronnd) were not ealrt wl to the factory a> people, who ware interested in rn Incfdetit. did not won. Mr. Lisle Ward (bottom*. Manager of Mount Oay DisUllerles, was preparlug to outer the fateful vat One Of the mum*. "Ban" NorvUlo, went down htfore Mr. Ward could do so. Uw\V.L\s>i.^ l*rovinn* Of Canada? By NORMAN M i 1 H> miii-ii United Prssaa (JstrrcttBMmacnt • uv; %  i vim %  ,M.CW<1 'i. maw % %  I %  %  he l K Onvi %  %  %  Vi-its To W I. %  itudY ihi-n li I i %  ITeat %  %  point oul i St. Joseph Veatr) Elect Cliurcliwardei^ Mr It A Lee, lael vi...'-. Jumui .ii .i Vistry meeliiin yi'stenlav. Tinmhei persi who had been nofnlnttef], nr. Qoodlnf, nrai tinSenioi Quardjan lasi veitr Four If's Quil P.N.P. Low Grade Cotton Goods To Cost More ; 1 iNDON, March 31 Tin-1 ide cotton pid nwdi in the In 1 ed H in • boy frow itfketi Ti ii 1 tl % %  Be %  I "i ol turthe) ki 11 porl %  > %  cloth tron Jepei nnnounceo" during It tweel C ^ I ite on the textile Industry, The suepention was one "I tjn measurei propottd to com hat Brltain'l textile %  Ml Hi' r. 1 I I %  %  1 ipHktoi %  I %  %  Iiiimp, thi %  I %  I 1 .1 .... %  r market*. R gfltjtt) ndio %  1 1 1 11 Brench'i motion hi ppointHMnt of Mr. Loe salp Ihitl Mr Lte MM man of inbBlllgenre ind M .I young memhould IM liven %  > h Churchwnrten 1 %  ted hi Mi 1 ii i 1 tl ii rm *eji I |tnioi • 11 llan mi would b villini; % %  1 He Ihougl mild be lucky 111 gettmn Mi D I 1 . .. I 1 %  %  %  ad had lutt been Churcnwardtf %  I Bl Thomas, pcoductnj in %  %  ol l \| M, i„ Hiiinii nothing' i QMI yiayBwe. but thould have a certain numbei yearn' experlenre As lime w*fi1 .111 llMITI -nd would get a chance I I' wax the usual practice in ill tha otnei pan ha thai aSa Bern Memtier he noini'. %  %  %  Mr Br;mt-li who 1 ha srauld .'U'' 1 1 tl it Mi flooding had bul ,. %  Uv Benlo Guardlai had to InChurchwarden. He % % % % %  n 11 M I Mi 1 wn 1 hardv.'ivl' n rimnm I lb, Gw\11. p hu ieen Q a l %  lad barn tall HI IMIIIM acgraau I ortuntty Mi. British rrlcea Itoi : %  %  %  1 lion uf the Mi 1 I %  %  1 %  1r, command! ihc %  %  Jl pruw are nww n bk % % %  Wa U %  1 %  4 ompete flh Japar onaant to go on 1 H fot out *"ikert—-and 1 rtl dO AT pp *-nt Bl ... ft %  K M per %  %  •.......• laty untrue to sug'ry iiifl |o inn. rrank Hill linn and Arthur Kanrj from UM P pli Bundaj aftornoon when Bjajettl eoaJereOM of th v parly Marxist charges by the tribunal ... v.uif.s a4 rtedln %  %  ,1. %  !..,. if UM parti 1 • > %  iched at the and of Uia aacond da] 1 ilenl meeting In a/hi %  n .1 Iml 111ftir-a in two injured as the gnll'-i %  1 boHMa Into tho UM dacuion arai 1 % %  tha *"'' %  by 128 tu 75. Manley led tha taova i\, oual thn four H's While K<-u Hi group anjuin tfhleh was that they icrtign or be 1 1 taken tea ban 11 ihus making It m • %  %  %  1. oxpuMan motii %  1 1 • 1 %  III tfM is-rty i'-:n p I i.ni IM.. md in thai eveof i In* 1 Ssftoree n Suppl] ( .MljJ.I %  %  I %  %  %  %  en c ; Bui with the 1 1 Ii %  %  %  ounce ihc M.I 1 %  %  1 %  i % %  with lhal I p'. i .! Kl III. raeerfi % %  ,.I %  %  f-ii I'M" 1 I Ken HU %  i' -iitis '.1 until 1 neporah THE BUS A.-60 owned by the Rocklyn Bin Co. and drlren by Cy\ Vale Hill. St. Androw WhUe overturning the roof of the bu fg Andrew was killed on the spot. Twenty Mx including the driver Springer, were taken to the Qenr of Beatrice Poster who died on th saot. taaataad TN! . 1 worked hoi lent I y md talthfuri) 1 Junk BII and r %  1 hwardea, K Ruu, R am of fluardiari': Organ rousin. Thr hoy'i I rendition te-Ti that wo %  %  laalel .... # On Page S "' % % %  'n, rrlPfri*ei' h.it :h ill-I in ., %  %  %  A! thl %  uml Uia 1949 nw %  1 % %  w. %  1 %  %  Mutual Beoefll if tha We %  Canada .irea*. Union %  ih pian V. : ]-.. 1 ...... .1. b >H Within !!' %  .. 1 %  '. .1 %  uncr, m* %  Canadian provlni West muirs would have 1 vooid %  I Otta %  %  1 1 i'sn;iCobinel Ui %  %  1 1 %  %  Truman As Finished %  %  < %  %  %  %  %  1 l ihink efflcienl %  %  In that White n. O ttighvr Level Truvo Talks Proposed Ry I.1KIII IMN-lV %  %  %  % 



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. PACK TWO H\RB.\nOS ADVOCATE niCSOAT. APRIL 1. MB Qahib QaUhiq R E\\ W. K. TOWERS. B.A. B.D.. of the Mrihodim Church, arrived v*sierduy morn* Inn Of tno CB I SIIIB U from Engjn.l where he had bcon uii on*' I furlough. He ha* now com* to take u*> an appointment M Superintendent of the Jamr. %  -fipciRhUtown Circuit. He was accompanied bv his wife and three children. On l"*rd to meet them were Rev. Frank Lawrence and Mr. Vincent St. John. I Wore jolng up to the UKRev Tower* had worked In BerVlncent B nd Trinidad the Me1hodit Omul nrSrlay evening at 7.15. there will be a welcome meeting :>t the James Street Chinch fol Hcv and Mrs. Tower*. Retired Schoolmaster M B. AND MRS. B. L. STEMP of Bournemouth. England are now i Barbados to M-ttlc They arrived yesterday morning by the French S.S. ClemMa and are residing at "Wasons". thr (i M St. PhUlp Mr. Stemp was formerly headmaster of Ford End School In t helmitfoiit, Essex. Africullurai Assistant M B. W. A MCMILLAN. i civil MrvWrl of Trinidad who Is on six months' leave, arfrcgtl the ITnltoi Kingdom by the Colon. Mistier spending four monthtl Ha W$ arcomnanie.i bv hi' wife rag) H i 1 DS) rtflMtBlni here fur nbout two weeks' Mr and Mr. L. U Oiltens of "lOmvtiia." C-'llymAre H<*-k V tlUan who hi Agrirulttirnl A'!*t:,nt m the IVmrtmen" >' g ci apea ;nd Aarfnillure said thai he intend* snendin • the -•>rminHcr of h (sag the various islandIn tharea Honeymoon Couple M R. AND MBS. MEKOIAN l.riS of Caracas, Venezuela who were spending their honeymoon i n Barbados staving at the Ocean View Hotel, returned home on Sunday by B W.I.A. via Trinidad. Mr Luis L> Inspector in the Agricultural Department m Caracas. Divisional Manager M K H. ASCOUtJH. Divisional Manager off Messrs Cable and Wireless, left for Puerto Rico on Sunday morning by BW.l A. on I Visiting the Island* Of VflH JAMES FAIRBANK. ForW1 i :gn Bepresentative of Pepsi Tourisl Attraction M R. and Mrs. Pete Rovtra Puerto Rleo who werw Barbados for a short holiday, reCola in the Caribbean with headturned home i.n Sunday morning yuarters in San Juan, arrived here •W %  *' -A. on Sunday by B.W I A. from Mi Rovira who was p.ving his Puerto Rico. He was accompanied first visit here said that It was for by his wife and they will be reIsM purpose of getting sn imprramunir-g for a short holidav be' what the island had to fore going on to some of the < 'Her ..fTVi for the benefit of ta|sfa*U elands. T^aST 52? 'rn.nv" B £U OW * Trinidad R.cns travel to St. Thomas from \f" VER "" KNIGHT. Mantheir countrv for a short stay and *"* **" of ** %  0|1 Department also do quite a bit of shopping. r **•** Dl Co,t Co -Ltd % %  Now that he has seen the iand '?" f"f Tri*d on Sunday by ondition.for himself, h. IIWIA id that Barbaitoc*n offer more On Six Months' Leave Kg than St Thorn i, ||< VfISS SHIRLEY BACCHUS, hopes that his short visit would be 1" Civil Servant of British >f grert benefit in this respect. Guiana attached to the Public Mr. Rovira who is President of Works Department, arrive,! hers TourInc.. Travel Iggg week by BWI.A. as* a Agents of Puerto Rico hopes to holiday. She Is on six months' set up ;t Travel Bureau hetwern leave and is staying with Mr Ueo and Barbados, and Mr*. Creighton Birch of Pkynes Bay. St. James. Intransit Film Unit pit.Ms produced by the BarbaMONG the passengers arrtv•TV ing here yeslarday morning mtransit from England on the t ISSBSBSSBSI taansawal hi was Mis Nat Kansk I. U> .1 Dr. Kanskk who came out from the U.K. early last nwnUi i kak up an appointment as sassssical •( St. Lucia \.rski is staying at the %  -,. %  NoM Station Officer FTER spending two weeks m of the I' s \ rvAufntd on **" %  • Barbados. Mr Tony RamalSunday by IIWIA. via Trinidad ho. Station Officer of B.W.I A. after spending about three and a British Guiana, left for Trinidad half months' holidiy here with on Sunday by BWI.A. tntnnwt her relatives at Giltens Boad, Govfor Canada on holiday and bustrnment Hill. She is the mother ol clos Film Unit and shown ta Die atobtla Csnasna all rad eager and en* i itowds. lairge number* jit tend these films every rdgast< The programme f.n this week includes highlights of the late Kings life and his funeral in addition to films of ihe Caribbean After Three Months #ltS LESTEIXE THOTMAN Mr. Fred Jordan, linotype operator at the A* vacate. U.K. Director M R. and MRS. D. F. 111NKL1NG of Bishop's SUtrtford. Hertfordshire, ware among the IMSaengers making the round trip from England lo Jamaica on the Colonial* which called here >ettarday morning Mr. Bidding is a Director of Donald Hickling Ltd. From Venezuela S PENDING about two weoks holiday here is Mr. (Yirlos Dlai of the California Shop. Caracas, Veneiuela. He arrived last week by U.W.I.A.. and Is staying at the Ocean View Hotel. He came over here principally to relieve Mr. N. Nlcolle. Station Officer. Sea well Airport. He was staying at Super Mare Guest House. Worthing. Mr. Punch Had a Pet Giraffe —But It Finally Moved Into the Zoo— By MAX IKH.L wm\ you were a boy." Knarf. thr Shadow, said lo Mr Punch, "dul you ever have a dog ?" '•(>r cm?" asked llnnid. Mr Punch, who was busy darning a dote lit his socks with a long needle ami two thimbles. Anally looked up. .What < yas. that you Just asked, my Knarf and Hanld repeated thrlr aeeei tild anyone he did." "Why didn t he!" Knarf wanted to know. "Because." said Mr Punch, tl mund couldn't say a single Moid (iiratfescan't talk. Hut Sam and An S rlica and Edmund were gicai ienda )ut Ihe same. Sam lived In a dog-house out In the yard behind our house. Angelica lived In a boi In the cellar. Edmund couldn t tit in any house because of his long neck so he stajed cut umlei a trea. "Aldumei lime." said Mi Punch roing M\ witn his slory, *\Sani had ins dmiici out ot a dish on the porch A' atkt hud hei dinner cut of a saucer in Ihe kitchen and Kdmunri tooHutl" had his dinner out of a hag lied I t.ie chimney al the inn of the roof. "Samltook a balh in a tub. An gehea w| ftlghtenrd "rig oi ."Mm %  the id I hi saw the lions and got; ne ran and hid himself in his doghouse. Angelica saw the bears and got so scared she rolled hersrlf into a ball in Ihe daikoi part ntf Ihe cellar. But Edmund d.ai Edmund-" "What happened lo him?' Knarf and llanid cried in alarm. "Edmund saw another giiafle with a neck ]uat as long as his and decided lo slay In the ksa) And I saapaSS he was right. Mr. Punch sighed. "II I weie a giiatlc sun a ry long neek. I'd slay in a Zoo. as sorry lo lose him And %  o were Saia and Angelica. Sam harked fm atftfll duys. and AnKelira meowed loi several nighls. But Edmund just stood looking over Ihe Inp of his cage in lag Zoo and d tin i say anything al all. Because, as I mrnlionid before, he couldn t talk" CALYPSOES! CALYPSOES! at CLUB MORGAN to-morrow night II' ii I i IMIII.IIIS most ptipuliir Carnival Singers in prrson • SMALL ISLAND PRIDE MIC.HTY ZEBRA SIR GALBA SPOILER VIKING Xdriiission $1.00 %  11.1 1000 For RFtrrvitlon* I COLONY CLUB I SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT § The Culuny Club unitutiittt' (hut thc> will hold the \ lsu.1 oi their Wednesday Night dances uii April 2nd. ^ ;I The riuh DasasMt will reewmmenco in June and N 5 will ho held on Saturdays, starling 7th June. 4.1 Olll To-day Only. 4.30 & 8.15 A Double %  iiin *K%" Richard Gregory Widmork Peck And I •>•*% sl Hs.rra>w Pcx Maureen HARRISON OHARA OPI.MNt. U/KDNKSDAY. APRIL MI The Screens Poremaat rintertalner CLIFTON WEBB In Ihe Housekeeping Money . Mow murh. of It does a good husband need to haaal over earh week U kea>s> Ida home together . ? By JAMtS LKANOR TVOW much money la too your ai little monev to (1 wife every week'' Judge Norrls'a comment in (..rmmgham Divorce Court lh-l a £5-a-week husband who gava his wife CS for houso k %  now -ihe husband still allowed hU wife £3 • *'* i-kl hs>r she would have to pay the IQa. M IT nt lenuuked the lessened jiHtge giving the wife on the croutHl ,f tteeeetKin, "reduced the amount a\aiUt ^. thout the *dd\il 1 rasailv first f~*AN anyune ri\ *, ,-s ive.,.agfi having regard to the man's total salary. If this kind of divorce Is going to bseome common, all women will start claiming more housekeeping money 'Breadwinners these days ually want to gne their wives much money as they can— but there juat isn't any mote to give, and husbands are eiUftied to m>m* for fnei'iseit'ft. "Surely we're not go.ng to have divorces on financial groundi now' This could lead for divorce. It's a worrying straw In the wind. 'Change the law' N OW WHAT do the wives have to say? Mrs Doreen Oorsky .chairman of the Married WoeiWs Association, married, with two children of her own, and two adopted children, approves of the verdict. This in brie*, that: — 1 "A HUSBAND should proI vid from his resources so that his fa'W can live as well I aa ha does; iifid, 2 -THE VALUE of ihe work the woman does in the home as her contribution should be recognised when there is any surplus money." Adds Mrs. Gorshy. "A wife is Juat as much entitled to pocket money as her husband la." -LE.S. JAXETTA DRESS SHOP (Next Door to Singers) Jl'8T ABBIVED—Lly CoekUII *nd lotion DrtaaM. Jaeq mar Minn ud Saaarn. Tar. Uara Ma. lUadkrrrhirt. •I II crnu rub. Niloa Brkh al $t.IJ an. II. Alaa ON *LE Nrlaa Slacktaia al lt.Se tar I pain. B.B.C. Radio Programme IIRSDAT -1 I: S %  > I ISK M. SI 1 "If it is accepted without I appeal." she says, "it gor. a long D-UV s-rMe-, is P m New SKeort • ards the goal we have s p m mtuiy auciswiott. > p m been woiking for. Far too many E 0 **?""? ' •*• w# t*%  1J .gj" wornen d.t get enough houseM1*^ M s u pTTi-t taVo k.-ep.ng nu.ey I know of 7^ !" u p I Sp^T ££ wivec who ge< onlv £3 out Of PaugnmiM Paras*. 1pm The £14 tltpn News AnslvuBkl want people run-7 *—** %  >— > %  "* % %  timg fur divurevs as Ihe way in.. Rsnassvou. wiib Cotsv •sil a* Ihetr n>atiiinoiuul and -iUi Artnta. T 9 p in Perso %  ta satglal iiouh l aa We think the m !" ". • m %  • •"• v pt,M ^''rr? as."it^Tej^urrTsi'-p' the mwmirandujii ,...,,,--,.. ot o.. w. Ersryona loess a laBoota. Lorslr asUn,—bat tat Unsightly Hair, aspsclally in Woman . .*:— %  QCT KID Of OKtlOBTLT HAH." With M hsssa of assa N^srtruiiilon. QC.. %  in *uy. I'll"! I .' %  the Review. •• VEET • • FOT the Beach, Dance, tailing, or any tuna when onder-arm Bait becomes Unsightly, us* VEIT. VEET is extremely useful for men who bare tough beards, or who tad It uncomfortable to thara Bamssaber: "VEET' removes UnatgbUy. guparnuoua Hair la saactly THKEE UIKUTBS" %  ggIT 8 CLEAN 1 ITS CERTAIN I 1 IT'g SATE.: I I riage aiki DreMt*.*' tt The Women's Editor Asks... Ha ssyi Joseph Brayshaw. general aeeretary of the National Marriage I'.u; %  "It's not a matter of percentage This man paid • per cent, of his salar> : gftj asftg, and. as things turned out. it wasnl enough. But if a rich man ,iut thm W.eie would be far too much to tiousekcep on." What, Ihen, is the lesson of the case? Says air. Br->shaw.-*• "There can be no hard and fast rule, but the needs of tha family must come first." -T'ie husband should not, in 3 my opinion, be entitled to an)/ spendintr money until all these 4. needs here been met, "Surelv. it may be difficult. But in a really smccesaful marriage each partner should be willing to give up anutkino..." Worrying . F EW will quarrel with that— in principle. But there are other, deeper factors lo consider The Rev. J W Griffiths. vicar of St. Augustine's, Fulham, father of two *mall daughter* and a committee man of the Marriage Society, names one' financial divorce. "By this, to me. extraordinary verdict. It sterna that economic factors are ..ndcrmining the spiritual and moral factors of marriage. I'm m' competent to Judge the legal aspects, but as a parson the derision seems to me to have far-reaching effects. "The £3 seemed reasonable—. IV intelligent people hoed 5. superstitious traditions such %  is the followmn It is bad luck lo marry on Fridays or 8. during the month of May. or to stir favours into the bride's cake. The Bridesmaid who catches the *jrlde's bouquet will be next to marry. Is it correct for a secretary to stop at the same hotel as g. her employer when on a business trip? How do people "dress' when guests at a Captain's table' When does a woman riae? Is It ever correct for a woman j lo telephone a muii for an engjgcnient" Is it ever polite to criticise a place or people inceAantly with such expressions as "Ah, what a place!" or "At home we don't do things that way" Is it allowable to "Cut" someone whom one has met? When at a public gathering is it correct to allow a small child to do tricks, or move about In the room to s him-elf or others? Answers o-i page S. Rupert and the New Bonnet-23 n spite ot ih, tog Bill knows ihe way out ot the wood, and - rht JIT gets (karer the two fricndi g* .lowly, giimg carefully iround %  rum for any ngn of ihe mining batkri. It'i not likely thai M ahjll find ir for a long cime." murmurs Rupen rathtr miserably. adoa That rocket shot < that we donT know !" „.,„. It may tu>l have come in ihia dirt/elior. at ill." Ai length %  , rch his collage. | suppose I'd 1 better go ui. he whispers, "ihough what Mummy will think | tafi imagine.'' GOOO NEWSl TO ALE. SHOPPERS We have juat received a New Shipment of the following! SHANTUNG M "wi,l,. t US WHITE NEOCORD M" wide f .97 GINGHAM PLAIDS 3 6" wide @ .87 FLOWERED SPUN'S M" wide @ 1.13 & ,6 PLAIN SPINS 3r wide @ $1.03 [ ^1 WALDORF PRINTS :.i. nl, .84 BLACK & WHITE PRINTS 36( wide @ .83 REXWEAR COTTON SHEETS ... 70" x SO" (ffi t 8.00 .ST' x 1*0" @ S10.92 PILLOW CASES 20" x 30" $1.78 COTTON SHEETINGS 80" wide O) $ 2.3 If wide @ 2.12 5"wlde@ $1.73 TROPICAL "ANDAR" SUITINGS M" wide ffl $3.02 NAVY BLUE & MAROON BLAZER CLOTH f —M" @ $2.42 Alao—BUTTONS—Men's & Ladies BELTS— etc., etc. iO REMEMBER AVE $ $ $ $ by i HOPPING AT 'AHELY & Co. IS Swan St GEORGE FOR BEST VALUES AND EFFICIENT SERVICE Take ailvitv from Beltv I lull on, star of ParamouM Pictures. She Derat bWgsMtl a ijaih Active-lalher farial with fragrant l.u\ Toilet Skip it rarriraway duM and lirt. leaves skin reallv fresh. You n*Hitli lieauty in when you use Lux Toilel Soap. And vou'll love the delicate perfume <•( \ja Tcstsel Stup it I. MM vour skin frairranl wjih n flower-like perfume that clinp-. lie brdasl torn.'it -tastLttJ I oQel 9 n LUX TOILET SOAP Thr fragrant white soup %  >/ th n H IHUI I E. THE A TH BS KMPIRE VS-SRBf • TSar. 4.U SSS •oi.ivra TWiaT'B> OlAHLXh DlCKENft HOW T| las a T.-.m*frw t.u a SJS r. i>-i..:. n-cawnM— IIIIMII Acaoaa OgssHas rrsaas a ? SB "N is.,nt i. COLUDI' mi FACxratr Wendell COBBV -rofeat TUCTCBR BaVff Mb as a* a.aa "IIOMSSTSADBBS Of PABADIBK VAIXBV" and l>I EASE NOTE INK SHAKI NTAI. DFVI SHOW HAS BtBBN CAMCaUXCD "LIOaTB Or OLD SANTA PC Tfcar. Bed a Sal. Mk I.SS a aaV • al MS MISoll* '•DANOBBS OP THE I'AXADIAM MOI'NTBD" "OBAND CANTON TBAIL" and 'raANTOM arVAKB" Not Suitable for Children OLYMPIC -.1 Mli MiSnlla "fata SHADOW" r. d.. saa sal? -OAMB1JNO inn -i and in M.I i BQtAD" 1 ..I u al B.SB OBAND .Mil-,, SHOW By World Famoua Calyptonuiki La>d By The Pamoua Small ULand PJlde ROYAL 1 ..-da* I..I ( Skawa 1 M A 11 "Aim roasTB" John HIIXiEI.Y and "BOBM FOB THOCBLg" Wed. t> Tkan. ( at a a is J-hn WAYNE Van JOHNaoN In II M K TO BATAAN" and •FOLLOW MB Ql'IgTXT" Wad Thar i a a I li Humphrey BOOAHT %  rosrucT' and -TBB TIME THE PLACB AND THE i.lin wlUi Dannla MOROAN ".• *r a gat. sta i.sa "DOWN MBXHO WA** and i i v MOON" PLAZA 1 ISii:V.A'\ IiaillOETOHN—Dial Ult TODAY a TOMORROW 4.30 a 8.30 P.M. Il l* <> -RADIO DOtlBIJ TTBIlJjy ^O ,ni-,ii v nYAN XO HIGH mill IS HE HE. # DOMESTIC 30'KINK WOVEN CIIKCK RAYONS 38" I II.I 111 l> OIK.ANII1KS WlllTK & COI.OUKS 36'' FIC.l'RKD MUSLINS VVIIITF. COLOURS 54" WOVEN STRIl'KO RAYONS 36" C.SEY FI.ANNKI. WOOL THOI'SKRING i Wi 'I-HI M ITY TAN CANVAS SliOKS Wrdiir HrrK BLACK & WlllTK & IIROWN & WlllTK SHOES T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4606 CROSSFIRE & BROTHERS ix THE SADDLE ia !" -r-H.i ta n Tim HOUT in %  BIO OBANBB I'Umil M-.IIIISI. aaiNoo "FORCE OF ARMS' "OVEi\ I ItlMI SERVICE You can get from your grocer or from any shop in the Island the following Biscuits Fresh from the oven:— M \llll' S.t,. Per lb. 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TUESDAY. APBIL I. 1K2 BARBADOS ADV Ot ATE PACE B.G. Gets Court Of Criminal Appeal
The Barbados advocate
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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Tuesday, April 01, 1952
Frequency: daily
regular
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Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
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Preceded by: Advocate-news (Bridgetown, Barbados)

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Ml IIIM II llllAl.
Peasant Proprietor
Acquitted
XKW IXOISTHIK*:
T dad-. Chid Aim
Say* Gomtf*
WAII PLAXES:
Rutiia Has Moro
Than U.S.
II VIMil
B.C. ExpAntion Plan
Continues
Peasant Proprietor Not Guilty Of Murder
SPECTATORS SHOUT AS
VERDICT IS ANNOUNCED
\H ASSIZE JURY after deliberating for half an;
hour yesterday acquitted forty-two year old
Joseph Gibbs of the murder charge brought against
him for the death of his brother in law Duncan
Headley who died on the 18th of January last.
The tall slenderly built peasant proprietor who had Mt.
silently in the dock during the three-day trial while he|
heard limn witnesses give evidence agaimt him. stood i
in that hdn lUeace as hp heard the foreman of the iiirv !
announce a verdict of not guilty of any offence, and His]
Uiraenip Mr Justice Tnylor say to lum that "the jury have
found von m niav go.*'
ihip had not |nck bin aritt ihe route. ;
led the Banck
linn..-
Bench,
the i i
and those Who had
i hunch nt bananas and .
-. ihe deceased i
nlch he ru-hed
ax me. |b knife liable to "Juetr* him.
II lo the ground.'
He ;i in Lied that at the time UM
square In front'wound is alleged lo have taken
ot lno '"' l, according to the statement
outcome of the case. or the accused, then
Hundred* flocked around and lion cf his being wounded when he
ran behind the po
took (iibbs lo hi* home
Mr. Walcott. S.
thg Defse* ,.i
Junior attempted t.. I | tuj
the ground.
i ned friend, being ex-
Dd know-
ing that thai Crown Proswuttir
would have to rpeok after bin
court yard by , ir, hundreds of ''id nfl- i t which'
others flocked around his i from the doe-tor. be-
patling him on the bark and COfl- cnuu' he realized that t
tttBg him on hi* Sucre
-'_ Hour Atldrrs.

d y morning. Mr W. W. Reee,
q.c. Solicitor Qeneral
prosecuted the case on behalf of
the Crown nddrcssi.i tin- Jury In
*.*o hour* and I hail and
then Hta Lordablj
lor summed up the case for an
hour and a half.
Stick
Mi Raaca continuing his address
I--rii iif the accused was there
and Wat he WOUld destroy the
fallacy of his argumant.
Bterj orrohorated
He niggasted thai "
M Hi ton on Thursda)
for the fir*t time about the
i^-cond bunafa of ban
corroborated in the statement of
he admitted
put a bunch <>f
put it in the road, and when tin
deceased took it up,
1 refused to give it to
him. that it was whan i
yesterday morn,;
ec'11 ** it thai the deceased
did not Bee the slab, but she dl .., ,),.- rush, he
see the deceased raise his slick. nuch "
They would remember also that Evidence and allrninati are
(lie sink difficult things. I
did not fall until the dOCOasad thing before Uaa Police Magistrate;
staggered, which was probably at lad It before the jury.
the time he received the wound. ibl that did no' mean USSt he
It was obvious that th- diuuhter wa: n wilful liar. It i
ad the wife were closely connect- il with the dead man, but irge teas Of flUCh a nature n< to
in ti that
not neeessarily mean '
were li:u>. Ha WOtltd tlnnlnr.'
ask them to accept tli< I
given
AdmllUni thai Mwato Mllllng-
i x elf-confessed liar."
I ) that lie
" l| iui>. t did 1
Ifa it the other wl i
liars. They had to examine the

the whoa ace, arrive
I I
Knife Taken Away
Barnes had told them in.n the
and banana*, had been taken w.i.v
by Jane Hurray, and tnls was sUb-
ainii.itHi by other witnesses.
There were certain
wtuon no wttmai aetu
wh.i happened, but certain facts
ived, and if UM
which they could draw from those
It was a mai-
ler to give what value Miey felt;
to a statement.
Knife Never Found
In rebuttal t" the suggestion'
that if no blow was truck, the)
could conclude that it was an
unintentional act, Mr. Reeee asked
account that the
knife which wa. Inker. V
l:ce. and1
that the sink which Inn is* took
up did n"* lice unti fl
hose little
points which would help them

In the light of the mental strain
resulting hom '''" knnwledge of
i
I ill i uea Ik i
could place Miss llelle in strict
r in the sequence
Of the event-: which t">k phtCC
Mr. Ileece sugnesied that the
Bauxite
Industry
Expanding
W. J. Raat^ever,
the British Guiana dt i
the ReelonaJ Economic Com-
i the Ad-
voealr yesU-rdav that tin- 111.
biuxite industrv is still ex-
panding. Another kiln ha:; re-
cently been put down for
: bauxite for export I
nnd the companv is expend I
inn its operations lo increase j
its output in view of the worU ]
phi rtauaa,
He said that
n bumper one and the
. ij all the
quotas to ttie islands In full It
. drainage
which will in-
crease further the land available
fOr nee cultivation.
With icgard to the sugar crops
he said the estates hope to reach
the target set tins yepr in order
lo take advantage of :
eondudad with
Mr. Raat#tver 'd it is hoped
that the Genera] Becuoni under
bUoo ".il take
The Gov-
ernor has sent on his recommen-
dations to the Secretary of State
for the Coldly.. | i(ur hearing toe
the nwmban of Ike Lag*
I UIHll.
He said that it > also proposed
enumerators to rogis-
ho will be entitled to
vole Under Adult Sn A minority rat onunendaUon
-uld hive
anhag with i
. i
ir in BtVOUT Of
i
Council favoured UM I I
icm.
OUVK BLO&80M -eared bar apt vkatoty for the season whso the R B Y.C 8,sth KegatU was tailed n*
trrday. After her great eletory, he eatUded with a (Khing boat and brok- hat par.
Russia Has Thousands
More Planes Than U.S.
iiieclu.n and one Jur>' was not bound by th.
n only, and thai wtt lha! wort., I-t.i.iw if Ihey WW, lh,-y
.ho defendant was Kuilty. Ok) "uld no" dr0" *"lln eonclu.-
.hould return a nrtfi of tudly. '"" ""d """il^ ' ?."!?"
did no, ,h..r,.,o Wlov, in the -"V SSiKSS. V," '
\ before them that when wit-
Eden Explains
What Peace Is
' ' I March 20.
rtary, An-
thony BdV
ticn of peace on Kud.n night.
up of innumer-
bla points of agjn
I conunoa
purpose, peace is n condition
where bulh moivniu-ili and groups
Of individuals take enough account
eda and rights of other!
I their own
'i th) ultimate point. PI
slate of neutral fi
den i ato al duuier of the
Coal Trade Bci
lbMU-4JJf.
They should weigh the evident.
coane to a conclusion as to
nesaes said no blow pared, th , were established
wound was inflicted, because il tlit evidence
did not take anv sweeping blow Protect
The doctor had W.d them that a xhf. wHt^ for "lhe Cnw.n h>d
knife wuld have caused the wound aivfn pvi(.^ro nn ,, ,
which resulted in the death ot ,,,, ^jtamtaatton cm
Duncan Headley. it was < Bl itter ov llls OWTS Counsel. It la not open
for them to decide, and they should f.,r Counsel on either aid
take into consider tlon thai I thai witness was not true.
two men had clinched, and that The Crown particularly could
one had the other in a "neck-tie." not place two witnesses In the
no which point h. v.ould sugge-t stand, renresentinr ihem as being
to them that If the man fell bark- people of credibility, I i
ward as was abated by witnesses nit. If (rtey were not challenged.
K wound would have been in th discredit on.- and cretUI
1; "f the other
t'lLitrnf, 1\ <^l,\-r~A I Mr- Heece termed the aucoes-
IrtWenre i '^art*"P_ 'tion as 'one of the moH
TWtbeyhrf.il Ihj fb (nimrd_
facts, telling the storj of lab Wateo-t
what U I en in th* .
case of the man E.Iwar,| Milling- eounsel U
t.>n Ihey had | ha Wnrd, Bta
i n nduct often led to
f-rew the iNenUon of the Jury to 'wr-n Counsel who or
by ih de- duty to perform.
in which he 'aid "I *liri On Tare 7
2.1.11 TOMATO
HVK Celebration
Ale.rts Police
MANILA, Mart
AH entrances to Manila were

army patrols were on the move
I I
innlvera .
of the formation of the Coramu-
i UK i. b> i movem
11 i >< .
.
strength of the rebels "
The Nineteenth it^tt.

.I
Ippine Airi-orne Battalion wag
held In readlnss
In the evt .ids.U.P.
Sir llulpli
Confers W itla
lliluly Pasha
CAIHO. March 39
to Egyp
Sir Ralph Btwrenson
afternoon f be
with Egypt

ilk tail morning
'
0 days at
eat.
Their second meeting I bl I
.
gad to
they had discuksed.
,. ;. Hi
i i .
I
NafUlb Hilaly


"exchaiiKcil vk II'.
Finds Opera Strain
"We Wani Triesttf1
Iluliaiis Sliout
i:< >.n: Uarch 28
Wt want Trieste"
..
. Saturday
night wii' a .il .1,000
Rornaa i mat wd In thi Pi in 1>-I
'
h* rally

But most of f'.e anti-Allied shout-
ing came from youths. Many
Barriad i an
ing them as supp rteri of the new
I I*
Red China Is Also
Major Air Power
In .i i
Comn
iww ral
i i
tomfc u ap 'i i m hi
Unreal this i
the Ruatdan airforce will I a aJmoel
, ri 1,000 cornbai
il i ountui i I
Europt I '
Grenada lias
Dry Season
VICTIM cf a bang-up performance.
Metropolitan Opera star 11
vms wears her arm In a sling as
she goei over a score at her New
York apartment Mlsi
hurled against a prop si- I
l,t too enthuaia.tkaliT by leo<*
Mario del Monaco dun'i|
n, suffered a I
I managed to f
perform "e. finteraailonal)

; I

I u
t :,i the Advocate >< i
rl
that Un

. .
rod. These prices are due t" ihe
n .i woild
'At present (it.
i'
u i local consumption,'1 ind
at V." .1 Ihl t thir duty was


'
Su John Saint will %hortta/ l>e
Ihe oiony to li
land i
lead
li
rthj I al up ..' entire)
11 .
tnonern lines wlmh a i
to take In
i
in rapt)
f the U latlve Coun

I1 i
I
i |
KtfshvotMl Visits
St. Kilts
west.ii
BT Kii
Tin- I
. I .... .. .
ii 11\. fi b)
U.W.I A tiy and
.
During his rlai i
i
f


others. H
i

ent Indu
Ira) Unued
ii of lie
ii thai iht.ttrc.

i. .
i i future
i
'.'..O.OOO lo

I .

lighter,
...
I'.P,
Introduction Of
New Industries Is
T'dad's Chief Aim
HON'BI.E ALI'
Labour Industry end Commerce told th Advocate
day that then chief aim in Trinidad is to introduce as many*
nrw tadusu i"-^ ai pt
opportunlUea (or their rapid I v in dJatlon
He raid that they had just achieved an Unportani addi-
in ;i to the colony's econorny in the form of the Trinidad
Textile* Mills bewn
about in start arorfe oon on tl so thai
ometirne In the rtt
liovmR a cement Industry In m Lid thai than
arete several Other the moment in the discus-
Slull '
Mr fj< i -- - --
i : i-.iiik from Trinidad to prc-
Uoa otst .i Rwetuuj "i tiie Execu-
tive of the ||.ui.n.il KeoOORik
fittest' which took pi
.tftcrnoon at Haslii
I staying at SaniK Hi D
Hotel.
Ma aald ih.-t h.
Ike r>
. I Trlnaaad and
Tobago, because he UlOUCht II was
i tant than anything el <
:\sis. What tl i
iUsen wanta
purtuniiy of employment, a home
in which, to live and to b
basic iwquirenien; in. ..
thu aspect
affalri m
ntrailng lo
"The esseetl -i prareoji
industrial mainten-

nient without this unpoi I
I HON. Al.nKRI I.OMES
m i icrtaJ to any eeunhr]
ill be possible ft r us to keep the
Hintry atai tot and
oonuBue our work ol attdbuj to its
-.
Asked .ii '. he said
m the
matter.
"Hi lh-
Hssfea wera

wi.u d be only t*K) happy to fall
in Inn .
Our atl olatlonurt
oomm m d<


las in the
weak and
usignlllcaiil
i
ht in then


, and so
I
, this very important
my i
fortunate a I
posses
lactoi in any Indu b tl
unit that i^ fuel. Hut .
this asset, Indu
ild be al

incut.
.
.
have been able lo pro\
eondftlnns. hoi t since-
.. for
in

ivoid i
Id lei
Haul IIin ill
a t.t un roof of h hotnu-
lii i St John, w.u>
burnt, whei n ui red B
i . | |

i
I Muriel

m ii. ChrM i I
iut IN p.m, i ii..
burnt a qu mill of m ood i rap
1
10 no p m.
|
. pcouertj


....
. Ol the
(
Walls Of Jericho Fell Many Times
MIS OLOA SPCNCE of St- Martin's. 8t Philip, brought an crtra-
ordin.inly hogs tomato into the "Advocate" yesterday. She baa a
vtgatabla ganUu and said that a friend pointed It out to her grew
log on a vine with otfif r tonutoss of DOrmal Use. Ta temate w-iga*
two pooads.
By IIAKRV hi II \
i irch 29.
came turittrting down more than
aa> hfd from di

. xcavaUng
The leader i,t the expeditionT
K.ithleei
of Uie British School of Archae-
.rid here.
'
Jericho's
in her ! I
It seems prev
evidence Mias
Kennon' i


Traces of seven walls were
found round the city indicating
ral times.
Th-
1
1
]
I

was the re-<
earthquake.
if iinn
i loan II
'ii ni >f fin thei
broad
1 II Is a source of erni auV
rasjekM i m~ that the rshsUaBa
hetweea lahtHir and raa'UI havi
Ixeii on a very reputjlil. | .
wllhli. reeeal umiilli-. jnd I m
o'ly hupe that this rrl .tion-hii-
\Mll In- nuinl linril. seeiliii llii'
.. ill out It, our prr deMtrlal development uould be
T leejgre.
KxIreinUin
'.itilit> he said
ind a poM
the aeoaeaaii d
peepli if then fon
imir to pren Ida
t
tu
On OIImt PrUei
Carlb CeJUag
( kaeari I >'m and
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7 I'eaaanl I'roprteior Not
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DnUNLOP, hcao
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he Youlh Congress now la pro-
gress t the Drill Hall. He was
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DittS arriving, on Fri-
Iftt frum Jamaica for
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: a' Haatfnjj House on Monday
lonTafe D. B. Sasupner.
adrr of the Jamaica
M.mater of
M J n Clegg
or, and Mr. D.
i.f I-ev>
intg of Kingston
1-1) .,' TI..
Ar.ivlng ;.cstcrday
the Trinidad ileW-
'Ion comprlslni the Hoo'ba*
. '>'. Minister of La-
bour, Indnoir^ and Commerct
I i B i Econo-
lr Advlaer to the Governmrnl
I i-.iiinfi-r!**
AltltlVIN(. on TViuraday night
British Guiana bv
B W I A was Mr. Anthony Mc-
"onnev, son of Mr and Mr*
Own McCaaM) ol "Fitai Blr
' 'nirch.
a hi> h,i> licen workinK
lay, Bank In George-
own har. DO* Wen iruonorred
., U* Bridawtoaro hianch. .
Mr t. Rovna of Pete Kovira
p r
loa for ahort >Uy He
arrived on Friday by B.W.I A
iwinled bv his
U.C.W.I. fUfUtrar
MK M. W. SPKINGEB, MA
RcglalraV of the Unlvomltv
i the Woat Indie*, urrtved
in this colony on Friday evonln^'.
i purpose of his visit i*
to be available for consultation
a..i- ol the iu-gi<>n..i
i Coinmittei' in mallei s
affecting th Unlverwl> OoOaal I
^( r,. We*l Indioa. He is In reald-
CoUMon, G.ivernnwi-t
plans n> rriiirn lo
on Thuraday April 3.
On W.I. Tour
MR WALLACE TANNER
U K bimlncsman who lert
London early in February on a
, ,.! iho West India*, arrived
naeo rraon BtBJa* Guiana on
Thursday night for a ahort visit
M inne Hotel.
Babart pill ana
:. ,.,!,... ||Hreaentative!t
.f Croablra
I and Anglip-Amrri.
oan (hewing Gum Ltd. Mr.
now winding up hla
.nl and hopea |0 "MCb
..f April.
Morried Yeoterday
CAltlll ilmpped in M PawH
Son" Hotel. it-ithshel...
, a wedding re-
,,.Mii,iii Iwing held shortly after
., Jordan, .laughlar of the
l ,., Mi Marcus Jordan and Mrs.
hstdbW .if Minehurne". Bar-
..... KowL Si. Michael, waa
, Mr. Garllold Sarjomr,
son of ihc lale Mr. James Sarjeant
Saneant of Hindabury
Road S Muhael.
i;.v I. C Mallalleu conducu-d
Ihe ceremony at St. Joseph
Church Mr. Erneal Weir waa
bealman while Mr. Cameron Tudor
gave the runic in marriage.
The honevmoon is being anent
al I'owell Spring Hotel.
A acCNE l.vm Ui Epilogue to Barnard BfeaVa Saint Joan. Left lo right .
VII of Franc*. Anno Balson Blabop of Beaueala, Chn-tiae Parker a* Joa
* atoRumber. Shirley Stale Emcllah soldlar, Shirley Clarke aa Diiik.-
The play waa alagad at Qaaen'a Collage upeeck d.y on Friday.
ir Barbara Col* aa Chart
Ann Bnrrowaa aa Ohaplai
Barbadian Medico Leaves
DR, KDWAHU FIELD, a Bar-
badian who luifc a HBjOttca
Nire. Kngland. returned
in the U.K. via Canada by T.C.A.
un Friday aflor spending about
ten days' holiday with hu rela-
tive*.
He is the son of Mr and Mrs.
E. S. A. Field of *H|enhelm\
Mv Lord*! HlU.
French Music
AT THE monthly mewling ol
the Alliance Franca is* oti
Thursday night. April S, at 8-t*
o'clock, Ihc Cameo Music Club
will give a short Concert of French
Music The meeting as u*ual takes
place at the British Council.
Wakefleld"
A member of the Alliance
said lhal she hopes all
other members will attend as the
Concert nhould be vary interesting.
Gramophone Concert
MUSIC lovers will bo Interested
to heur that the Gramophone
Concert at the British Council
'Wakefleld," on Wednesday ^ril
2. will consist of .i atlfhU)
abridged Version of Handel'5
"Messiah." performed by the
famous Hudderafleld Choral
Society with the Liverpool
Philharmonic Orchestra.
rtiv Concert will start at 5.0U
pin., and will last about two
hours.
There la no charge 'or admission
u m m
Leavinf Tomorrow
IEAVING ton.ouow b> HM
French S.S. Colou.bie for
Trinidad will be Miss Eliw
LiiiungU^ of Green Hill, Si.
.Michael who plans lo spend the
Easter holidays with bar rela-
tives, Mr. and Mrs Walter Stokes.
..f S.in Joan.
M
Canadian Lumberman
II LARK1N who Is well
II
''.
Canada, returned home .,
orning by T.CA. aftci
three weeks' holiday
>t-i>ing at the Marine Hotel.
He was accompanied by his wife.
Third Visit
PAYING hi> third s
island Is Mr Bdward I, i
. B ( Ml. i
He ariivcd here on Thursd.
night by B.W.I.A. and

RociUoy.

Ud
eral Merchant* of Oeoi
From Jamaica
OLIVER DA;
if
among the arrivals by B.W I.,
I -erung from Jamaic.
BRIGADXJEB OUVI
Ihe ;-
BY THE WAY... sytaac****
AN article about the people
who aeem to go to the
hive a thoroughly bad
ume and make a habit of protest-
ing at llrst nights might have re-
called the gentleman In the stalls
some years ago.
He had been quirt, but in the
middle of Act 11 ha rose and
shouted. "This won't do'" He wa.J
escorted out, and as he went he
siid, "None of It Is true. And oven
It was, it's nothing to do with me.
Absolutely no business ol mine.'
Pinft-ponjt mutt It
c tensed up /
THE great debate as to whether
the people of Bognor should
be allowed to play ping-pong on
a Sunday it. complicated by the
further question of clothes. If
urfK-pnng clothes aic worn, and
the game takes place in public it
i% as bad OS . theatrical peifoun-
ance. Bui if the game I
behind closed doors, and in Sun-
day clothes, idle tongues will wag
There will be suggestions of
gambling on the game, of ftrlnju
songs, and every other kind of
horror. Personally. I fiel that the
time has come to clean up pln^-
pong, and to hold an inquiry into
the switching and doping of play-
ers, which makes the game, even
on weekdays, a scandalo-.
lion of all thai is worst in Englisn
sport.
In //*(>
A MAN of 81 who Bktt
of 79 proposed to her the
same day and was m >i Is
later, was askrd. with singular
lack of imagination, what had
B1 act so inioi'U,' I
gave the perfect reply "I dislike
long engagements." And now I goo
thit in Spain a man of 125 is to
marry a Woman of 1H0. 'whom he
has known I
the silly little thing eauU
up her mind. Or pchup-
believed In getting to kl
1W"hlv
Cutirli-ty
L'NE 27 has been chosen for the
I BaMa and
R Uj in London. Entrir.;
are expected to be In *he neigh-
bourhood of 500,000 nhklaai -
rludlng motor cycles. s;
police m fast courtesy
cars will uitrol the sir.-.*
ing their haU to the competitors,
md shouting courtedv
Ihrough megaphones \
points there will be
radio talha on courtesy i
courtesy checks will be made bv a
courtesy committee, and badge"
will be awarded for courtesy by
lag Cimrtesy Council. Th,. IdM
Is to promote safety through A) ir-
tesy and vice ver-.n.
Tiiil-ftifrr
IFIds aoreeoieitf fids besfl
reached on rhre.- hatOaVed end
forty-one possible course (O
odoju. (Mrs. E, H. KJllick.)
HC. Radio Proi .' KOBBtTNEfrnv? ii
ret-,
nun it \ i
airoesuvii blsuru
thi-;.I '. HKS
i:>iiiiii:
oiivia rvi-i
n. cii\iiis nit-Kr.
OLYMPIC
I. d.. If Mom I HI A M
I I "> aalr
I
.. USH DM Mui.l
hi v* B -o Ml
now
TllDAV l
Mil M.I
. coiun i TOCKBB

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has BBRM CAMCfJ 1 1 :
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A COUNTRY FAIR
ST. JAMES COMBINED SCHOOL
(HOLl.TOWN)
(IN
HASTEN MONDAV I4lh APKII. 1952
IM P.M 1 1 QBDaaT ti itronage of
MR & MKS. . I. WILKINSON
IN All> OF
ST. JOHN Tllh HVPTIST VICARAGK
ind Inlerludr; ISA i
N*> A Si)
au pass
5'Bti
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Diiiieini: Sieel Hand Ftr.. Kir.
Admission to Fair :
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2 BateyCBM In Ih- drawn for.
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THE-FUGITIVE
FIGHTING GRINGO
Wddinf
/">\ v.m.a. Bsaren 22. st UN
*-' pm.. 0 quiet BWddl
pla..- .a JBBBBI Siicel M.-th,-iis;
Church when Miss Gloria Hare-
wood, daughter of Mrs. (
Harvwood of St. Ljnrranes Oasj
was m.irned to Mr. Jeffery
Newlo,, of Bush Hall
Th" brld Whs b
HBrrlBSB kg lie. m oiiui -o -!..
Mr. D'Any Scott, presented a
charming picture dressed in .1
bouffant skirl ol while tdlle
bedecked with lilies of the v.illev
and a beautifully draped bodice
with a stole effect.
She ranted a bouquet of Orchids
old Quran Ann's lace. Her sole
BttatadaPi was her Btftar Mi
n'Au s.-,rft who tiii.,1 ibs roll
of matron of honour.
The ceremony was M
b> Rav. J. 3. Boulton and the
'intien of beslman were performed
by Mr. David U'wt
A reve|>tiiin waa held at the
reaaaanst of Mr. ond Mrs. d'Aiw
Scott dt Cavell Ave.. Barbarees
Hoad after which the couple l^ft
for Fleet View. Balhaheba to spend
their honeymoon.
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M M)AV VliMil Ml
I' I THKI.I.
FARM and GARDEN Gardening
Hints
By AGRIC4M \
It was made abundantly el*
tumn would devote itself mauilj
pies as affecting crop growth, wit)
prouuctiun and matters related to homo veortOI
words, subject, of interest not only to larmers and |
ers but to the average householder and tfa
as well. Mi
IH lillLFMI. mill YlltK KS
rAM \R1SK
ni*DDLKAH is a lovely peran
i'il and la well worth a pUr<
garden. The flowers an
sweet OTM'Uinjt purpli
A* TIW 1 iiMin.i
ELOPEMENT
Ity G. II.
A thoroutfhlv delightful, wholesome farce-comedy, for'
all the fai I LOP1 Ml.NT' opens at the Glob* next
Wadnasda) til. except for Clifton Webb's in-
th picture contains many shrewd
nil) 'life, on the relations between in-laws y,r make no apo\ogf, then--
as well as on the |hi iiatii.nsof the young couple, for*, for Including in our 'purview
II mifnt he d. iv \* of th* criminal types depicted today the ubjee1 of cane lire*.
:h and direction Is convincing with *or the simple reason that they by m. .-
wit. wisdom and humour When suspense building; up to a violent Sim blow at one of the main n
dauan- i lirnnxa fitting end to a criminal principle' of good husbandry, ami
tcr deckles to Hope with a young whose brutalities leavt you cold good husbandry U inextricably l>} ^, u,,.tr, -
logy professor, the fuse Is with horror concerned with the maintenance >,',,,
lit. and iwo indianant seti of par- Based on fact. "HIGHWAY 101" of soil fertility and, therefore, "... .,,* .L.
ent. prump-u | via- ,*>.nts a bnter lataon to all would- soil capital. ^ , V 'SSI3 w. ^XS00,
vounesiem with a view to prevent- i,. .roninsi. l'I"f" ** UM> Ruddleeh In an open
ing th. It Is not for us to examine "" ' "s~y aieas, ui. .,. uiat is shel-
cumitjiif i .. TO MOKKOYV IS ANOTIIKR questions pertaining to the direct "'"> = tnm IS* MB,,i
the four parents but PAY monetary losses involved as a 'V a*s haVS heard ul several wind. An;, go.*) Harden soil will
there is rl- p.--. Bridgetown "TO- p**utt * lh** flre*. those who reason* why caw Ores have | needs Just the
MOHItOW 1^'ANOTHER DAY" suffer the most ure well-organ- ri-atmU their present pt :..rden care by wav of
I COraawoestsM ,,.N Steve Vochran and Huth1Ied and| ** buslneia people, It wou.d be tui.U- la . i, i urn U ..n.1 imihiis,
come* to ihr rescue when thc
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TO-DAYS NfWS HASH
: Year Book af the WfI |
Indie* and C'nualrie* of lh<* 1
< arlbnean
l-leM CdHiun Sl4 ;
Leeks for the Vr.-m
Locks for the r.ate
l.oeks for the Drawer 0
oo*
Of mauve, and tinder favourable
t >iuTttkms this plant grows into
.sable bush. Buddleah la
of :hose blessed perennials whirl"
,j when once established, goes
f.r
MS JIST AKRIVI I)
rATTK MI\i:D BIRI M | It
N \%Aiti seed
\.)l Mill M HMI FOOIi
Also: A L-mil.i A-xiltlMIM Ol --
EASTER t<000mS
5 COME i\ ioir mk; STORE
Tin: ros>ioi-iM ii \\
S Jest a few yards off Itroad St. In TH WM II. ST. II
I* A I I I
oi year* requiring only ar
astonal cut back, and little el*.
the way of attention.
perforce
which gets off to
crime melodrama
naturally know best how to
;,hr;.T .....'T,:":L',p^i' **?. - er3E
re. We pauc only bo disnuss as
rrowae-li.^
plant Is propai
liUcmet that the
tT the
does an

mediate uortaiit aoun r
------------.... - _..*.;.rvv^v7: losses. Small farmers, however. . ul
Irs L'VSS. U^ hnse ilclds and names, by w ,-
I'.h the outside world, ">" otherwise, are menaced ^
Cufton W< snhassdte
Ann Vratv newcomer, ,..-.--*
rslo GU- ,ie^,u
more and R<"-' loss .,1,i1i-_: h. for
a top nolch job in characterizations ir"
bat human and believable.
Two delightful supporting bits are
. .
Donald and Julie Dean
Simpson, whi. !
iittlnj up

.-omedy. intelligently v |
directed
IIH'.IIWAY Ml
The PI I i show-
ing "HKinw.w I i] Bun which
confom.. the "Crime
.
and well produced it is a gangsti
melodrama ihnt
nlflcance in the
e-hall hostess and "* """ n%. bt>.''
lr ived in a phoot- !?*???*> Pl
nltted, unknown to him, insurance aa
b> Um ani The iwo of them take *if.n raB* J?
. the road ami what with living "
word:
aasssstaM
Jocular
sugjusst.Mn bo | (t Is ,o,gate,l b?
a some not unnn- tutttnas, which as s rule, strike
lii-t these fires easily After **ne time the
I sun s eaceeHv n ., u-,-i tMhvr straggly. When
to that asTset n .,, ,. rsssehssl ml it bad
was mtenaen In v a hieh with the
the sooner that aoi i belp ol manure and wat.-
factories
th and un bu"y *"** In tsklng of! their
names, the ex-conv..t 2T^*SI2?^.*LaSn2S!l
r- secondly. r Jrrc*1' m/s'igomualy again, sstsastt
the present prtssssd, tha bsttar; it can do bam tkssfl r ,i bul psotlcutarty welt
are naturally an Miort life in water, it is .-i general
II n.- iv-OuHte. and Is used a greet deal
'. him elf into serious '" 'he process of reaping their in many cobq&TSM It M rsssaa- taf decoration
-but for a contrived end- c ^1?lffi,triLw.l,U; ^ i,-?11 ,,: ^i"-"' '-........... "i-"' HOLLYHOCKS
that save, both of them. "" ^f1'^, 'l ?",,, lf '"i""-- ttm, bul in Ibosg eases a bed of HoU^sossa makes
m c.*hran ,nd Ruth ^^ll\i!,ll,J,r g KlPi* l" " "*rJ-slattOW MmI Ol loVSi] dsMP la garden, nnd nl-
^^n'^ets'TSanc^ W l^" SS * ~ ^Si ene ^a^ej S
...dilhy a. the brss-y. ^S* ^^XyTo^n Z^'^*mV I VmlVi
platinum blonde dance girl. Mr *"J*."J"*nor *.*\* 1'' '\"' CODl of ll...... whe,
CnchrsnS n.le makes no demands '<** both in weight and quality .._-__. , ,,lllJW, To-i-t ii.Uvh,.-!,, ,~*E\
HI htm and the malorlty of the and. if rams happen t., intervene. ^ ... ' ,, u^arssJhave elv ,re \iZSZ 1
.-tareadeouatc thP position goe,from bad to ^..^y^om.T uTaO.^te S itT. i^.'el' W
ears before they how* fa
B.B.C. Radio Notes
Umax l<> Iho woolly play
n>ndlnfs which huve been on ttw
iprt-lal beams to the Caribbean
fur the months of February and
- Rlareh. In wltjch Shakespeare*
, S ,'" 'Klnu Lear1 has been caamlne.l.
1 lilt" will now broadcast th
'",, ,. (.Vi'elRUd hi IhV tltfe Vole. Whethi
The m do. you ||BVC bl,>. |iltcnln, t |,0
"r^" Monday proarammes In which an
;" SSSS .... been m^le to .how
"-'""" i. Lear- can be acted by
nt Maryland. \ I. Bny kccn*poup and Is not bevoi, I
ruU cJ the interested nma-
jii.il. ,'-fM.it (?rinipnte htr 1hl> ..
luur or rtsttbir
first meeting
this will be your
luie problems. Bul. ksaal seeds are used the plant
this island which .an In six months from
ending at 7.15 p.m. drought and must dggsrnd OB planting, if Is l<-it Bsssrefoni
Other change* of importance natural precipitation can ttnd get seeds from n local plant,
particularly to 'exiles'are to be LMnssahsM in arloui INi-.ilion
noticed in the English, Scottish. diftlculUes from loss ... p ssldg il H^ivhmk-' require a well pre-
WeUh and Ulatex Magazine pro- they nutlet i,, maintain UM pa..-.l plctl bed in an open sunm
grammes. The first Is now on the ganio m-tter of their toils. In position. As the flower *&
previous notaa, are, nave tressed t-n t).e> may need a stake t>
.ma value of organic ".specially if th
tuateual. not il,. :i wind swept,
spongy natuie ,.nd. ;nn U rropaualien
supremo Important* d a retainer H.I)yho.k.s are grown from see.1.
has already hecn aaid It
local seeds, that Is
ednesdaya and Saturdays and e"'Hy t tnis islands sous has. i say seeds from plants that have
Welsh Magazine on Mondays and ? a """*. extent, resulted from flowen-d and seeded In Barb
convenient time for thl
full plav in two parts with John area8.1* p.m on Sundays. Scot- the fu
Ush Magatine and Welsh Maga-
zine have l>een reorganised and
are now to be broadcast In two
Af leen-mlnute programmes In-
i;i"7:T":;r; is;=; il,rs?"-; s "sr- "r * " ^
lenath ScotUsh Ma.i'ne will b.- '"[ >'*<"" cnerally. The unique u b.^1 to uae- 1
n W.^ne-days and Saturdays and ni.lW of this Islands soils has. to aay seeds tro
the radio with Thursdays all four broadcasts lhe consistent attention rn paal The seed.H can t-e put straight int.
" 'kins; Lear""the coming production starting at 8.00 p.m. Ulster Mags- > ^placement en or- the prepared l>ed In which ther
'' nu'm" in two onrU can be hlRhlv reeom- zine has been expanded Into n game matter losses either by pen ure t.i grow.
' '"" _ -......* *"------ -----
with stre
0 . of these statl
effect that crime does not and
,-i-"*-ii- - -~r--------- ----- -..... _____ Plant them quit
hers of the asguj "r mcn(ied. Clelgud has played Lear fifteen minute programme week- manure or heavy mulehin^ with two feet apart H the full growl
behind bars. ,imc, on the stage and is ly and will be heard at this same cane residues or other similar ma- plants take i '
The i with tha ,,,t.unlv one of the three leading time on Tuesday*. Icrlal. Fire i* a degtr_ bunehlni low, and having ver
IwleVupa and murders of the a0iOrs on the British stage. The Other changes are slight varla- vmctunes advantageous it la large leaves. Ttwse plants sand
group, and the is being broadens! in two lions In the times of talks and true, i ,.,, un Mmn* Dower plke. close-
ing down nnd destruction of the ^s , Radio Theatre nit Siilm- these you will soon be able to nnd of Osttethlng ll i In ... -f h v .-.| with flowom. After tin-
gang by the combined police dnv 29th March and 5th April, for yourselves. cane, destroys tht etfal Is over, the old
effort* of the three ststes.involved, beginning Bt 8.SO pm each part 'Oliver Twrsf As New Serial which constitute* our soil capital. Bpike aboutd be cut down to th
Emphasis is given to the relent- ,nklng oric hour snd a quarter. Charles Dlckens's famous novel It become*, thereto, e. ol ground and th- plain will
less efficiency of modern police |lr^Adcat will be in the 31 me- -
I- Mor

cold-
tlliver Twist' begins as a radio teooornlc
I ,m both evenings. The s-riai on Thursday next when Uw
da Tin-?
..... mi "> -"I-- > '-. --- snni "ii timi-wuij1 nrni wiim " >"- iiia n unim|M>rtaiit in the
blooded criminals would be hard finrt brolMlcRSt will also he heard nrgt 0j twolvc episodes will l>e I i lif.-
to Imagine and decent^people must ln ,he 40 mll(. band and the broadcast. The radio adaptation W, ,-spwtfully NaV
have heaved a sigh of relief when MQOml ln the 25 metre band. |8 by Giles Cooper an nctor with fore, to the authot
e.gn ot terror came to on B growing reputaUon aa a radio- .-"it ui (udWIal enquiry l
Chun yes in ll.lt.C. Schedules wruf>r who was con.missioned to to take evidence over i wl
Steve Corhran is once again cast w^h ^ sian of n n(fW qu||r. mak# thc nao vcrslon af,er ,ub- and to sift the same with I vd
in
send up one or two mor,.
h i than the first but
forth wnila imving
Th.- colours of I hi. Hollyhock,
.ink in varying shades,
and white. They can be single or
double flowers.
t^.ni^^eJi^iS.tlsTlTha tcr"there"are"'a few" changes in mitUng a" synopsis snd a first epi- to determining If possible, the TAM \K.SK
,.it Hi. MM The Bean, on ' and you latlon emphaslaes the dramatic need tor n eOtuManbta amount " ""*".d"JHS, 7!XH
Si StrMs-^tss-sffiE Swatts g.....a 5was
wP;m-__ o-#-----.k.! n^n^a..- win I-. fm ThurMl if not full, paragus and fern. It Is strange
from April UtJonMd, on raeh sr important thst this lov-ly plant Is not mor.'
saj Ita *
The acting is good.
..... r .
Both of these beams upsetting Dickens enthusiast*
how come on at 8.00 p.m. Before that Broadcasts will be on Thursda\
with such this service is heard In the 19 beginning at 10 30 p.r
youiiK i
'; InZStgSZSZ niVtre-band siardn-i-at 4.00 and 3rd onward:
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vlll n..t rommonly srown.
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SI NDAY ADVCM ATI
SUNDAY, MAIM II "" 132
SIVKTAN UK VI) SI-NIGH
FOOTBALL LIM-l P
Em Farnum Inritcd to Olympic Games i^ClVllOll F OUTNil
Spartan Defeat
REFLECTIONS ON
ATHLETICS
SPARTAN . Ishmoel, Grant, Cadogan, Haynea-4
in i'. s. I orrj\
Si
.
voted an In ;
lour goal '< nd *o
. season's
.
Tw >L ten i-iinU In seven g.ime*
I M^ and It Is not Impossitilr irut (heir co-leaders Notre
each in ata game*
:tl again catch them up
, ,. j
Kejwavi
are DOinfl ..s already
LhOM teams wlio
re iwiiircd to rullll tl ling fixtures. ,.,_, _,._ _,w
NOT BBS1 n UH Mi T\SSSS^Z
1 ndlt for being Uie best i| UMir wingers were al- gather" and shortly after the In lh. I this season, i :;i getting to the nd goal Cadogan kicked m the
cause they haw now assumed rethciogi- b..ii goal from a penalty
ip this season. in. > one innaiiy With three go,"ls to their credit
i. stepsmthls k,CK awarded during the vct released their ir
'' 1*1 5 K" ..i.m their fo!-'
4 ,1s tested Warred Jhe four.n
goal. The game started with Spar- goal cam. th at right
I;.t ir Jir^t
tball i. itch >1 Kensington Oval yesterday
to put in
;alf of play while in the first half
?,
The Sp. coren mm flnmt faglitg riRht,
centre half and !!;.
centre forward. Gtbbotif and Bowvn proved to be a tower
the Carlton forwards while the help
they gave to th.-.i |. \ wardl was readily accepted.
ntl-cllma* ......
Srat by Wot
goal of the mat
lixturc .1
v hirn i eaaeiaagr.

NO INITIATIVI
riding tiia; goal .it ii well across the Carl-
end M the betdi ..
: : t to catch the ball, but centre
was on the i>:[. Hajnea who got to the
""d* a A before him, headed it into the
but b H i niuld get with- epen goal.
Hi in gocd Miootlng dlitance, .eft full The team* were:
Ud tarllen: W..tren. Ken nfdv,
Porter. Clairmontc. Coa, Wilh.,m,
Free Kick
Shortly
It lluu-hiiuvn, Marshall,
ilnaoo an,i Andrews.
("VARLTOf BneWe"
The luferee was Mr. S. Gittcns

Sjivuni'ith Gub
wngplay was]
Ivan satisfactory- perform- n the Carlton area, but the
mg for 1
ball and
- ..It in ugh I glvi in midiU-lii. About 13
credit for converting ' ': >>' heading. RUnUl ( this half
into goal ret 1 -',l <^T-nl opened the scoring for I 'i; IMS Ttlll rnmintnt
weigh heavily again l -.imrian team H I ,-.rtan after receiving a good * iuuui.iiii lit
Ii. oppoaed to a team who gave ttiem pass from Jemmott on the left _,
rday. wing. Grant who found hlmsell > esterduy s Results
\ GOOD WIN alone kerf the ban aaijxj----------------
NOTRE !'. two goals to I,.., in well -long the ground Into the Z \7J1 *a i r tvi
' "" u.Khani beat Mrs I A *Khon
jaaca -t 6 -i?'g v
n'"Vi.. r the lull- Half Uan* fotuid ",y''1 >Umh-!S*l?*n?i?*!',r < n
backs tit ion vWima ^ w h^ Mio itaa
by Notre Dame and when tne "U t\:t\o over- Spartan a,. Bowen and CON Skinner I
bastion of del ly, they met with tw mm, r> Q 3" B_., '
long limbed AlgjM I ** a sort ut third back up. A fre*> |
game. ( Carlton and this brought *
However this made Noti. to In the to their feet when Carlton
realm <>t ,,. ,n rronl ii the
lei climaxed a fwtft forward movemetil with a pile dnvdr from close spartan goal Tin.
range and ii.' wall. Uhmacl scored
I
m to take the field this season
ran the Empire ii true U
, uoe ot
tig players, seemingly Inspired arlth icik
determination.
WOTHKIt GOAL
TT FtLI^ to Daniel again tn convert :it rlos* range ns the result of
another awUt forward movoment that an Notra iJomo sweeping
pace down the Held right through theil defence
and Into .irea.
They kept up this pn
had no chance of aquausing. Wllkinaoa in goal was clean and eeafldent
in his saving wh left wing, his brother ut inside right
gave very good i i indeed.
Droytoa f lha Empire attack and ho
gave some excellent i
i wan speedy and hi- nm rend, i
mtvi..- I in ...i.ll.letrr prtvlsion of
the left whig. H ahould ii tai fruitful aervlca hx stapuv m ttUs
position before the season Is finished.
Boapirt ra scored <
games and still have a possible 10 polnta with Sj>arun in seven
games. They are by no means out ol the running and 'he cup will
be decide! on th< , Dame and Spartan get
In thai) U Notre Dame and Bra-
plre anj threa ta the case of spartan.
FARNUM' FOB OLYMPICS
The Jarrfaica Olympic Aaa to 'he Colony's
"A" class Cycle Champion representing Jamaica In the farth-
ing Olympic garni- at Hd-
, (he tact that sinilar
local Olympic body baa i ,
I tii the Inlcii.
11 ai nadaratloo, an I
e tiut such afllllatfasn
before the
ant of the games this
,. i Mr. Farnum cannot
Icr the Barbados
; therefoi proi
,i fund Ih' i->. t
the nt'i i ary axpen es t>. .ilk.v
lSu Dun to Uka perl I
Wi all wii> what Far-
luim baa done tot llarlwdiHi and
Bouta reUng. We are
also COD Blotll "I the fact that
Parnum'l participation in the
OUinpics would be a good
fur pulling the West IhtUl
the world map, therefore i hope
that whan the fund is open this
u..k it will receive the support
U i.inks ol the sporting
nd again Warren had no ch,
I "nd goal
Monday s Fixtures
Mesff Itoable* Final
i:. r T .. 1 i G. Man-
inn^ n G II Manning and P-
McO. Patterson.
Mixed l> ublci llandirsp
: ft NicholU
F D. hames.
SOCCER LESSONS
II* l.raliiim Wilkr
V
KfWI H I MiMM
commMnil to abundantly merits,
MR. QRAUAal wii.kfs
Games Master ai the Lodge
School and a uell-kiiowii
figure in looaJ and Inter-
i football urclcs is
writing a ,
iai Boeeei foi the .s'li'idou
Today ba ssBuly cu out
the fundamentau .is an la-
troduetorj to Boeci rLi
The Fuiidiimt'iitals
In building
foundation miiat u> laid

win develop and Ii <
Ukewtaa in AaaoelaUoi
ball the fundamentals of the
game must Ii
fore the
may 1 introdur-ed; team

is able to pass
wiih u
i a ball in any
., head a ball In what-
i .....
run Into a position to r lea
.. baa
ThOM fUl
tend to beeomi 'i lii
tM -
i : < alon. dew I
habit of good ball control.
The secret of top-ranking
Cacl .-
1 i
Uudr idiihty to keep the ball
i all i i onatantly In their
. .
front of them
1 h mt attention to kick-
nn: with the
la or the in-
side Of the foot.
ling* a ball
down onto the ground, trap-
ping with all fares of the
feet, a hi gradually develop
the control of the ball which
aaaary factor
Of the game if a player
to become a worthy
member of his team. ,
PRACTICE MAKES
PBRraCT
The B.A.F.A. Footbull
Training School, good
Q wiuh i opaoa .it
hi .it 8 a.m. todav.
The DeraontteJ is as fol- j
lows: m
Sporfaa: H. Cadogan
(full back), w. Olbboni tfui.
i right) i
r 'i QHteni (left half). |
!: W. Grant (full .
s i Brnith (full]
hack i, F H Taylor (inside,
left), W A. Dray ton (inside'
i j s Douglas t {
m (in-1
side left), k Weekea (left
full back), K. Hall (right
lull back). N Holder (left
I tcual).
tli || h I
finside right), K Greenidge '
(left wing). 1- Daniel (cen-
tre halt* s Mi adlei (right
wing), I). Grannum (right
half).
Harrison Col Irgc : F
Squtree (full back), D, Trot-
man (full back), C. Tudor
i I), E, Orifllth
(Inal Ic right' " Morns
(left wing]
Cnrlrnn K St. C. Hutrh-
Q llutchinson, P.
x s. Lueaa,
in /ay:i"A* GALS
*TV)-DAY we will give that poor chap "Bookie" a rest and nil this
X column with some thoughts on lo,, l
si! on the recent Inter-school Sports. To begin with I see that the
local athletic body will be holding their annual lnter-rlul> meeting
on the 17th of April and this will l>e followed the bigger
Inter-colonial meeting at Whitsuntide.
I an: i are for the second but I advise all
school boys, especially the senior bogs, to keep In training as it Is
fairly certain that there will be some events for them especially at
the latter fixture. 1 do not know if the schools are usually Invited
to the Inter-club meeting but It would Dot be a bad thing if they
were given one or two events and so they could keen In trim for
the bigger occasion I throw this out as a suggestion to tha A.A.A.B.
So many of our local athletes go to pot mainly because I
not have "the opportunity to get regular pracuce when th
school. This Is due solely to the lack of any continuity in local
athletic mooting! which occasions the lot* anything
that might ha called a local Athletic season. The school bov
other hand, have a regular term foi
have their individual schools' spurts meetings follow*
school Sports at which Ihcy round off v.-
I can think of nothing better than to begin with the schools if
we are hoping to improve the standard -if :
I think of anything that will be of more bencfli to ,i promising athlete
in the senior ecbOOl division than Ihe fact th*t be could get in four
meetings in the space of three or four monti
this was the form of the Lodge School's David Inniss at Ik
siiortfc meetings in huh he took part last \.
His first meeting the Inter-school Sports and linally the 1 eettng at which
he ran in school boy events. Ily the tune the Inter-
came off he was in better form than he had been at the Lode, Sii.it
and although, he told me himself, that after this he stopped training,
at a few short weeks' notice he was able to get
to return better timea for the hundre l
Dial Sport* than he had at the Intei -school.
Of course if this is good for the .'!.!
for cyclists. This year Icrest
Who 1 ..'"l told, has been Invited to go wit
ride at the Olympic Qamei In ft i Ii no doubt
do him a tremendous amount of good Bui U b> inning of
April, the Oivmpies are In July and F.unum baa not tiddi
meeting since sometime last year. To be really warming up ht
should have had three In I9S2 already.
I tee he has refused an invitation to go to T grounds
that he is not anything like ready. This I quite believe I do not
see how It could be otherwise. But I think be has been OBI
twaen the devil and the deep blue sea His riding in Trinidad, al-
though he might be beaten, will do him no end of good in I .
aration for the bigger events Vet hi
there. It will Jeopardise his chances to go \. un team
to the Olympic Games. It is a position I would not like to be in
myself.
TTUNING to the Inter-school Sports which took place on Friday
before last there are one or two points which never fail lo come
up for discussion no matter how roil
from year to year. A rather I
not fail to remind me on thl o Ion thai of
jiis'.ion of awarding points for the events, and. r
he will never cease lo make I until a
change is brought about.
I gather that my friend has quit, a all fellow
school masters, on his side la .11 not
mind if I join the band waggon
All those conversant with the problem already know how thl
points are awarded so I will not go into del I In order
to let readers judge it is enough to say that tha pi
down from 9. 5. and 3 for the tlrst. second and third places i
lv in the Senior Division (Di\.
ours in the most junior division (Divll IV PI
for the Senior Division (excluding the Relay) and thl
IV It is therefore plain to eat
in the Senior division tuu BO Mft I whelming chars lo win the sports.
To my mind the most favourable argument in favour of
in the points system is the Tact that for years the Inter-school Athletic
Union has lieen racking then | more
lg for the sit.;,Her BChOOla like The Coleridge (now Colcridgc-
Parry Combined), the Alleyne and the Four,
gave a cup for the one. out of these four, which gained the most
points at the meeting. Now, I understand thl
a cup for the school which gains the most points in the Junior Divis-
ions.
Well. If it Is recognised by the Union that the small schools have
more strength in the Junior Divisions why not giv
chance at winning the Championship
points system. Nothing could make the meeting more interesting to
them.
Emphasis is on the word "better" because even with equa
the larger schools, Harrison College. Lodge and o
til] have the greater advantage for two very simple reasons vl
more boyi remain at these schools until they are between the ages ol
16 and 19 than is the custom nt the smaller schools. (2) There
more events in the senior divisions.
THE present system is of course supported strongly by the large
schools fur obvious reasons. Bu: mi any kind
nobody likes to see the dice so heavd-
Nobody will deny that senior event- rtant tha
the juniors. But the
former proclaims their importance. But to add auch a hugl
tage in noints only maki the result a foregoi and the
entire contest ridiculous.
Vexed question Mo. 2. and I shall bfl brief! The long jump pit".
How much longer are we going to put up arlth such a farce. This
year's was the worst 1 have ever seen.
\\71TH regard to ihe standard nf the periornuuiei
V? the whole good, while in Hi* Benloi Division I would say it W
high. David Jntuss is MM of Ihooi athletes who get
amount of speed with an apparent
effort. L. L. Crichlow was also like this but butUM seems
to be even more so. inriis* actually managed to lower i
record in the 2211 yards and might ,1-.inn
had it not been for track and wind con Utlon An Intcreal
between himstif und Crichlow Is
lionallv good from the 111
start to break records until he reached the Senior Division. David,
should very definitely do o\ he can to fin':
athlete. Preferably in England or sonv 1
No praise is too high for me lo give McD. Uoyd for !-
breaking iierformance in the half mile, As a distance runner purt
and Simple he is, the best I have seen .it UwM tportl
resumed in 1934. My advice to him Ii |
Inniss. Keep plugging, and. remember do not !* di a|
trials. E. McDonald Bailey will be trjiiig foi tha World Son:
this year. He is 31.
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PAC.F F1VF
Oxford Win Boat Race
f.'*cii On Sirimmiiip
HALF si ll>ll ill.I II
The Crav I:
Starting An Turning
II> Ian l.iI.
MM insinlmem is
uu.-iiily for iht"e who
0 rnprtltive
nlnt
..I i Initial dsalliaf, with
l.i' tuin. 1- will
l tlie middle and toko
ttsBt sjreat
trawl swimmer Juhnny Weiss-
muller. h Dne thing
most youny competitors ask i*
wh.th'T t! t- best lo sprint at
Um MW1, the middle, or at the
race. My theory of the
. to race is nut to sprinl
at all, but to mid tin- Idlest gait
bold over the distance
you have to go. and then hold
that even gait all the way- By
:, I mean thai you *wlm
;ii yom utmost -strength and
ifower, because this destroys re-
You swim your fast-
Mt, jet somewhat within your
power, lor this is the only way
-.vie that malt**
for elTii ! tikh if you boos] i HtUa extra
power In order lo win at the 'rut
f the race, von Btfl (-alt upon
this reserve. There is a fine
a between >wimmlng
Wtthla your power and retaining
in oav hand, and
holding back until thr last few
yardt and then sprinting A fine
'I. bill a rcnl one and an
Important thints to
I le.'irly "
And now fur the start, which
tt, when al ll- trimmings are
ninuved. i iiibple shallow dive.
Staiai with your big toes just
gdaa of the p>ol. knee*
^liKhtly bent, trunk bent torward
with arms flung out behind nnd
if you are being tartc,i with
pistol keep toektakg straight down
the pool. As so"n fca 'he 'Lin-
ing signal Is given throw your
arm forward, push nfT with your
legs and perform as shallow a
dive as you can.
Here are the refinements. Yum
body should shoot forward i.oar-
I water, with your
arms above your head .md
leg raised. Wlien you hit the
water bring the arms down with
a powerful slap and at the same
time bring the raised leg down
with a strenuous plop. Look at
the water when you arc "> "'v
air so as to time the slap of arm*
und leg exactly at the time of
entry into the water. This slap
will keen vou high in the water
and you will be nble to begin
swimming without delay.
In any swimming race In a
pool, turning Is of very great Im-
portance.
In the hundred yards sprint the
turn Is probably more
Important than it is in the longer
distances. The rest to be gained
by a slower turn may be of value
longer race, but m the
hundred, The question of endur-
ance does not enter, and it is
worth while putting all the
energy needed Into an efficient
turn.
Perry McCUUvray, one of the
world's greatest swimmers in his
day, given this advice on turn-
ing;^
"As you swim up and touch
to* end of the tank with the tip
of your right hand, turn your left
ear down and go deep in the
water. Do not touch the end of
the pool with your left hand, but
use it as a paddle In the water lo
aid the body In pivoting on that
left ear. Go deep into the water
and make your push-off. and a*
you shoot away, plane upward
until you hit the surface Just at
the right place to begin your
arm action."
Remember, whereas the start-
inc plunge Is shallow, the push
off after the turn should be deep.
Oxford Now Have 44
Wins: Cambridge 53
LONDON. March 29.
Oxford University confounded all the critics by beating
Cambridge in their inU*r-V.ir>ity boat race over the foui
mile, one fttrlou, IPO ni q a matter of feet. II
was one of the finest races (n the king tuator? ofl the v*jr1
both crews rowing side by -ide throughout the race in a
driving blizurd.
Carlton Lose
To Everton
.BVEItrON (Seaiy
CARLTON .
Morris 1) I
(Cox 1) I
At Wueen't. Park Friday
CarMon met Everton and was do-
Since the race was first rowed
i 182a none could reiucmbeu
"iin snow anu
i-ei .did ail lit wind hitting the
Best uk
ttiii.. \u uie Mkirtlakt course.
M Jiu k a-
BO) Mkf almost beret t of spc> ta-
il. It \*a* a magiuitiem atiug-
e ;hioughout and not unld UM
>l u-w i.uudrtrd yards did Oxfocu
ika me Mn.li laasl that BflovastsM
ajiiLudgi- winning their nx.i.
JOHNNY WE I SB MULLER under full -team.
Olive Blossom Scores
First Victory: Collides
With Fishing Boat
(By Our Yachting Correspondent)
ONK .iciideni occurred when the Sixth Regatta of the
R.B.Y.C. was sailed in Carlisle Bay yesterday afternoon
D boat Olive Blossom, skippered by one of the Evelyn broth-
ers, after scoring a magnificent victory in her Class, was
involved in a collision with a fishing bosU, Her spar was
broken.
This was a very unfortunate Turrudoe*
incident as Olive Blossom nailed Only four Tornadoes started
a really beautiful race I was The race was a very fast one, the
looking forward to her giving ilrst boat, Vamoose, finishing in
another good performance in the |aoj than an hour. Vamoose wa>
. Hurricane how- in tstc lead in all three lap*. Her
ever, which ramc second, was average per round was IB nun*
ih defeated. With about ales and 43 seconds Second wa*
20 more yards to go. Hurricane Edni while Thunder came third,
would have won. Olive Blossom The wind was moderate, the
received six minutes from Hum- oa calm, and the boats sailed
DOM *| -iHJth about.
All Ihe D Class boats turned The Seventh Regatta of the
out. Olive Hlossom's average per II B.Y.C. will be salted on Satur-
foatod two goals lo one in their ***iv: boat race. This is uruy
2nd division fixture. Morns tod uas i.itn race that uxfocd has won
Sooty scored for Everton, aod C. kaea UM lust world war.
Cox for Canton. a Canvas''
Everton took the touch off ana rh, otnclal distance Oxford,
**~ .*>..,* tRMft niinuta. By WM pwm m canvas. Not
n r 21 .? the edge on the MUUX u,e d-4Hln#st w ia;7 j^
bail came along Ihe ground to (lfltofJ lUTU. W|11 2Q JESSm 2i
Collymore. the Everton goalie. MXondh
and was also being chased by C.
Cox, conlro forward for Carlton.
Collymore got to it first but nus-
kicked and Cox scored easily.
Play continued with opportuni-
ties to score being wasted on both
sides, and at half time the score
remained at one love in favour
o( Carlton.
The Everton goalkeeper had the
tendency to come out to too boll
h ithout properly tuning It and
soon after play resumed this
almost cost his team another goal.
The game became a little faster
and as Everton pressed In an at-
tempt to equalise, ploy
eentiated in front of thi
goal and Morris headed
into the nets out of the reach of
the Carlton goalkeeper.
For some time play roousagd
without further score, and not .....
long before the close of play Ever- ,, u"IH,ON "HE
ion scored the winning goal. Mot- m"u " t-"'i'So vs Notre Uani-
rls at left wing look a hard shot Keicree G. Amory.
[lus yoars cuntejt rowed ui a
I -ii i-'.iii.,> curd setting was almost
MiHiuiun of Uie 1W4B event. In
that year, however, it was Cam-
no ootoo through .tloiii,
' RooJ ilretcli to deprive Oxford
< victory by a quarter of a lengtli.
The race was a Uiumph for Ox-
ford's stroke Christopher Davidg*
uho was the losing stroke in laHl)
and isksln last year. Oxford hove
n won 44 racea to Cambridge*
U with one deadliest
_____________ -U.P.
Wb This Week's
Football
which Coner did not hold propi
. >P-
ly and Scaly as there just la
time to push the ball into the
Carrion goal.
In the short lime left for play
Carlton pressed their opponent*
but the game ended without any Sat
Linesmen O. Koblnson and A.
Thomas.
Tlwrs. 3. Everton
Kcfervc O. Uraham
Linesmen A. Parm
addition to the score.
The teams were as follows:
Carltao: COtJar, Alleyne, Por-
ter. Connor. Andrews. Dago'.
Chandlei. 11. Cox. C. Cox. McKen
Everton: Collymore. Connell.
Simpson. Roach Fowler. Daniel.
Scale. Archer. Weekes. Seah.
r.l'ii ii
Referee: Mr. E. Amory.
liefer
vs. aanpi
nd S. Par-
m Spartan
ound was 42 minutes, 37"a
onds. Triird In this Class wOl
Stanley Moore's Sea bird heabird
has been sailing very well in the
last few race-. Fourth was
Rainbird and Ufth Rainbow.
B Class
Ten boats started in the B
Class. Honours went to Ranger
In the lir*t lap Ranger overtook
Wizard to whom she gave a
minute From then on she kept
the lead. Second was Hi Ho and
third Fantao--
Ranger's average per round
was 38 minutes, 7 seconds Hi Ho
which also sailed very well
averaged SS minute* and 50
.....Ddi i". round
Madness was the winner In the
C Class. She started along with ,|
Miss Behave and Polly, but later
went into the lead. Gerald
N'irholls Rogue, a scratch boat of
the Class', gave an excellent per-
formance. She riuirklv got away
from Gannet. the other seratel
boat, and went on to overtake
Scamp, Polly and Miss Behave.
Madness finished with an aver-
age of 39 minutes and 33 sec-
onds. Rogue's average per round
of 37 minutes and 43 seconds was
bettor than Madness'. Third was
Folly and f**irth Gannet.
Seven bouts raced In the Inter-
mediate Class. Skippy has been
fitted wilh a new set of sails
"Dipper'" was cruising nround
vesterday. "breaking In" his new
sails.
Honours in this Class went to
Mohawk. She averaged 40 min-
utes and 39 seconds per round
Second was Reen and third Dnwn
day. April 5.
The results were as follows;
n ru
Tfeoa
runthta Avr
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io si as > i
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mi Fanlv> it jim 1
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J lnv.tef- 4 II IS ss>>.
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i || r 41 ,
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4 03 SO 41' ,
* .SMbira 1 -H 1- 44 JTh
1 XslnltiM 4 > uat
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riwagin
x o Vasonea S4T IV II IS
K SS Ednl St X* a at
N.rtie l.ii.,
m w r Ho,,
Hoaehford and J
Archer.
DIVISION TWO
fjea. 1. Spartan vs Everton.
Krfcror (> Robinson
hi 4. Notre Dame vs Empin
Keferce O. Graham.
DniSION THREE
lues. I. Notre Dame tl I^odge a
Bay F Edwards.
CoUogo vs Everton at College
~B. Willi.,m
Foundation v. 1'ohce at Foun-
dation I J King
('. A W. vs Y.M.C.A. at Board-
ed Hall A Parrls.
P-Rovers vs Combermere
KensingtonA. Thomas.
Fn. 4. t oiicge vs CaiitOI
leg* -J. Archer
to rigors vs Foundation Old Ri
It ShellK Hut! hinvoi.
Wanderer- v* Pkkwirk-Rnv
K Walcott.
Fri 4 YMP.C. "A" v- Notre
Dame a) Becglet Rd.D. Wilson
ksn I Kverton
CombermereO, Robinson
INTER KCHOOI,
Fri 4 Foundation vs Lodgi
Poundatioti I J. King
MAR. 30
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I'M.I SIX
si Mi AY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, MARCH :i. l*a
FOR HOT-HOT OAYS
USE COOL-COOL TALC
Soothng tresh and tii(iMt,
keeps you dainty and com-
loitabli. adorned in the
Irajnnce men Ion
The Truth in
Your Horoscope
What's Cooking
In the Kitchen
/um*<&te
TALCUM
More
Lustrous?
Neiwrollyl Nat - '
* apamivancil poll ih o I vci a *nr
*** - you, no.lt i.n CUM*
11*0 W
0Mtn m....>
.1 S>w Vo-lt hr
me. i .1 r-i-.(
Jl mond-aisht
To popular!** h lyatrin Tabor* Kill
wrul >uu PlUJt >dui AMrat toierprata-
ton if you forward htm >our lull ninw
Mr Mfi or Mla. addreaa and dale nt
olrth all rlawrlf ailllaa by journ-li No
iifin-y wanted lor AaUokapeai Work.
Poataf* air, but acrid 1. lr. Bnt.rti
f'.Ul Order lor (talloncr*. ictumunlaia
ln( Iltaratura. You -III
r rcrr-rfcabia anunn
ibout j*m and your
flan* Wnu now ai thu odar may no*
* -nad* ataln Addraaa: PUNDIT
Af'jHE iDtl Jll-D'. Upper FotjaU
Urerl. Bombay X. India. PcaUSa to India
Getting Up Nights
Makes Men Old
Uaiilna up filfhta. burnlnc uriM-
Kan-, -liin.n di*<-harga.
dull nohT ai baae of aplna. .rUn
Jul Ic* paint, norvonanaaa. waak-
noaa and loaa of manly *i*->ur aj
SMod by a dUaawt uf lhal-r..aUUa
uid la mox IniiMiriant a>> stand
IB ma>. To avarroma theaa troublta
In II hour, and quickly roalora
Viaour and haalth, lake tha now
rirrmfi.- dlaruvary called *#.
No matter how lon you have auf-
Mrwf rlotMa la sunrantaod to ao<
you rirrn. rrlr.ilf.ra.ia yomr Proa*
"I' Oaaanl ati.l mako you foci 10 W
(By PENNY NOLAN)
CUTTING HINTS
When cutting from a pattern
you have designed from your
Oi.su the following list of quas-
llons will be helpiul In avoiding
mistakes. Ask yourself these
lions about your pattern l>e-
lorc laying the pattern Qti Uw
eloth.
1. Do all pieces include seam*
wherever necessary?
Note: Unless an edge Is to bo
eut on a fold tt must have I
an easy recipe for a
vcr> economical pie. You can
uae left-over meat or fish for th?
stuffing and the paitrv is quit*
asy if you follow the instruc-
tions carefully
PI'fTED PANTRY PIE
Far UV pa -.11 y ;
I lb. il..i,,
I inn. I, of M||
I rfi
1 Ubleafhoanfal of mari-*rliic
(butter ar larsl)
' claaa lukewarm tralar
fa lb. lard.
Sift the flour on the kitchen
labte er pastry board. Break an
egg In tne middle of the flour,
add I pinch of salt and 1 table-
spoonful of margarine (or butter
or lard) Work the dough until
amoolh. With the rolling pin
ml the pastry until u is more
or less like a square sheet of
mar, ', inch thick. Take some
lard (mind that It is not cnldi
and spread it with your hanc
over all the sheet of pastry. Now
take the bottom piece of the
sheet and fold it over about 2
Inches wide, just as If you were
hemming a dress. Spread some
more lard on this, fold it over
again. Spread some more lard
"gain OB the- next fold and so on
until yog have the p.
this.
Warm a knife on the fire and
cut it a; shown in the digram
Tiike half of the rut stripe and
start rolling it until it will loo*
like th..
BE CAREFUL that the part
where it i.as been cut is on the
top Leave the two rolls of
paatry on the kitchen table for
about one hour. Prepare your
stuffing and then take the rolling
pin and one roll of pastrv. Put
a tiny bit of flour on the kitchen
table or pastry board. Put some
more flour on the rolling pin HUT
NONE ON THE ROLL OF PAS-
TRY. Roll the pastry until it i
about '4 11.cn thick and put It a
the bottom of the cake tin. Fill
the cake tin with meat or Bah
and white sauce or whatever you
want to use for stuffing and
cover with the other roll of
pantry.
STIFFING.
li lb. minced meat or flsb
marrarine
pepper
white sauce
I Uble-poonrml grated cheese.
Frv the meal or lish with a bit
of margarine. Season with pep-
per Make a thick white aauc*
and add nbout one tablespoonf 111
of grated cheese. Mix the white
th the meat or fish. Fill
the cake. tin. Cover with the
pastry.
This pie is very good also wiU:
a stuffing of custard and any.
kind of jam you like. Why don't dc all round li
you try. The children will love \ \y fa each round.
r '" h [ wfl A LbbbT
Your Baby
And You
By SISTER CHARLOTTE
Balhine An Infant
ReajairemeaiU:
A plastic apron.
Low chair.
Bath, one third full of water.
Temperature 100' F. Chair with
babies dean clothes and napkins
well aired. A tray or basks* con-
taining
Cot ton-wool in a container
Powder in a box and a cotton-
wool puff.
A container to hold any Boiled
ear and nose swabs.
Zinc
baby t
and castor oil cream or
miseptic lotion.
ok.
::nd Row: 2 dc into each dc.
3rd Row: 1 dc into each dc.
h 5th Rows: As 3rd row.
THE CROCHET HAT
Materials: Coats Chain Mercer- round, increasing 7 dc evenly in 1 dc into each ch across, fasten off.
Crochet No. 2S. 4 b,(lls Selected each round. TASSELS
Colour. 2 bills Contra;ting Col- Repeat last row until piece With selected colour, make 2
ovir. Milwards Steel Cnchct Hook measures 51 in. (14 cm.) In diam- cups for tassels. Starting at centre
No 'J. (Sliick workers could use eter moke 2 ch.
a No. 1,). Use double thread Next Row: 1 dc into.each dc \H Row; 6 dc into 2nd ch from
a No. |t). t'te double thread all 1. und. Repeat last row until r
ihroucfceuL piece measures 5, in. (14 cm.)
Tension 10 dc and 10 rows I deD from starting point.
in- Next Row: 1 dc Into each dc.
Abbreviations ehchains; de decreasing 10 (!- tease fatten off
double crochet mis. i dc, 1 dc Into next dc). With contrasting colour, make
^ *t Crown starting at centre with all round cord and tie cord in bow, fixing
wleltrd'olour. 2 ch. Next Raw: 1 dc Into each dc. bow at centre of crown, and
it now: 8 dc into 2nd dc from decreasing 10 limes. Work 6 more tacking dJrd to rim of hat at
rows of dc without decreasing, side as illustrated.
2 dc Into each dc. Ereak off. Roll up-so easy to pack The
I dc Into next dc, Brim With wrong side of hat very latest crochet hat from
(1 dc in- facing, attach contrasting colour. I'nris. It is worked in 25 hours.
all round. 1 dc into each dc all round. (No. 3010).
1 a 1 *#w: 2 dc into next de. Work 21 rows in all of contrast- Note:A prize will be given at
L"."MOCh ol nexl Z dc; "PWrt ln- colour, fasten off. the next Annual Industrial
h ' Ll". Turn back 9 rowiand slip stitch Exhibition for the best
-ii w: dc even- Cord With contrasting colour, the patterns appearing in
hook.
2nd Row:
3rd Row:
1 dc Into next dc
creaMd). repeat from
I
lath Raw : 1 dc
iake a eh 18 in. .5 cm.) long,
n> each dc all '"to 2nd ch from hook work 1 dc.
this
year.
newspaper during the
SEWING CIRCLE
DULL ENGLISHMEN?
cloth In one piece you have more
opportunity to change the style to
pi the cloth. Therefore always
lay out all pieces before culling
anything.
M Ow rcetly placed parallel to tin-
telvastc.
Insert youj ptnj at right angles
to the edge of the pattern. Thi>
wrinkles the material less along
tna da* lo be cut.
While cuttittK hold the pattern
and material j!t on tin- tabla
ef <* 2S ss. S&artug1^
^'hlhTjnu.lSS"' ''' ''y '-'"""> >" .ck. Avoid
or it>lo 11 rciuircd. tiiikling. Leave Iho ulicrii
plmnrih. J^aag&aVSa
When you have cut all the pieces
make your sewing easier bv mark-
ing carefully. Mark alf darts,
pleats and style details. Mark
I ntra Yont and rentrc back with
a basting thread of a dUkwront
(0I0111 than the material so that
II will show clearly. This basting
should be left In until the dress
is finished.
The decision as to the method ol
marking style detail* depends on
the material. Most materials may
be marked on the wrong side with ,
IJOW nice to return to the metro.
la company of the dull English ,r, no, ,h t n kw^ y
male after week among the
gallant Latin lovers.
The idea that the Frenchman 11
more chivalrous to women than
the Englishman is nonsense.
Ha will steal taxi right under
your nose slam restaurant doors
in your face, if he is not trying
to Impress you; elbow yon
relentlessly aside in a queue, ami
race you to the lait seat in the
Soap in a covered dish.
Bauy brush and comb.
Safety pins, nail scissors and
orange sticks.
A large towel.
1 wo warning flannels.
Two pails for soued mpkius anc
B basket for soiled clotnes. A
babies' chamber.
Tne child is undressed and pot-
leu. Tne u.tuv is tnen ui
a large town. The lace ana ear*
are gvntiy swabbeu witn a special
i.icv cioui, ana tne eyes are swab-
Daa wan oanc laiton lrum the
inner corner ouiwarus; a fresh
pau for eacn eye. Anomer snrea
Qf wool also uippca in tne lotion
is used for esicn nostril. Tha
face is then dried, special atten-
tion being paid to the csars. The
head Li tnen held over the bath
with the left hand and the hair
u soaped with tne right hand,
gently rinsing it witn a 11
wnile still holding the head over
I the bath. After drying tne hair
thoroughly, with well soaped
hands pass them over the neck,
body, and legs with special
attention being paid lo tne creas-
es above the knees and in the
the groin. (If the cord is not yet
separated this area is kept drv.
if It has. the umbilicus la
thoroughly washed.) Turning
him over towards you. soap the
back and buttocks. Now, taklntt
the baby in the crook of your
left arm, and holding the baby's
(eft arm with your lotl hand,
support the buttocks with th"
rignt hand and lower him into
the water. Rinse off the soap with
the body flinnel. and after a min-
ute of two take him out of the
water. Place him face downwards
and carefully dry him. turning
him on his back when you ore
finished to dry his chest and
creases. Powder him, and look
after any sore spots that need
soothing with lotion or cream.
He is now ready to be dressed.
It is not always that your
baby's cord separates In time for
your departure from the nursing
home and you should know how
to look after the area. A few
inches of water, only are put Into
the bath and the baby is rinsed
carefully, being sure that no
water wets the cord. After tha
hand, buys you flowers or flatters bflbv ... Wuahei,"0
you with delightful compliment- ^o? *"*!, Vn?ndor^uiH,
unless he has an ulterior | put around it. This dressing la
usually sprinkled with some as-
motiv
The Englishman may be unroman-
tlc. But how nice to be given a
seat in the bus once more; to be
shepherded safely across the
road; have one's parcels carried,
and doors held open once again.
tnngent powder or lotion and the
dressing is then folded like u
packet around the cord. It is kept
in position by a crepe binder
which la stitched. A binder la
r.ot necessary after the cord haa
separated, unless ordered by the
back neckline?
I- Uiere a him. facing or cuff
for the bottom of the sleeve?
Has a facing been planned for
the collar?
Do all pieces have grain
(straight of goods) linen
plainly marked?
T. If a button-down-the-rront
', has allowance been
made for lap and seam or
facing and ts centre front line-
marked on pattern'*
i. Has a belt been planned'
If you can answer all the abov--
questions in the afllrmative. your
pattern should he ready to cut by.
Ir.iciiLg i-arbon paper made especi-1 dear, your koorfrlmd
^Mrs. Clarke's Column
la he la*LiB Interest? 'My bay- my dear. I feel could be so much you spend your time trying to
(nemi ntvar pays any attention better answered by the "Family make an impression on the boys
to me when we arc alone togelli- Doctor." Do write lo him and I nnd that she Just acts In a natu-
sjr. Yet. when we go to parties am sure he will do his very bes'. lal way. Relax and be natural,
or visiting friends he is always to advise you in the best possible Be interested in the opposite sex
so affectionate, stays with me and way. Lack of the proper and in what they say and do. Be N
pays me all torts of attentions, correct knowledge may causa t-ood listener and do not try lo
bo you think he is losing Interest many upsets, both mental and push yourself. Remember that
ln me? It makes me doubt hi* physical. men never like to feel that they
love." Jealous heart. -My Kirlfriend are being chased but that thev
To "Warried" Perhaps, mv || vet > popular and has many do^the chasing themselves. So,
shy and boyfriends and I llnd that I am do stop pushing yourself and you
To prepare" your* materiaf pre- Uy for cloth and'a tracing wheel. lit Is'only whan a Il in a crowd not as popular as she. This makes will find that hko your girlft i.-n.l
shrink and preas. lie sure n 1- Re sure to test this on a scrap of that he 1* able to enjoy your com- me very jealous of her. and al- you will also be very popular
free of wrinkles and that the material to determine whether the 1 pony and has the courage to show though I know she not very with the opposite sex.
selvage* are straight, colour shows through and whether, his tnse feelings. If he is so ob- good looking and does not dress
If you are cutting your skirt by > teeth of the tracing wheel will viouslv interested Ln you in pub- us well as 1 do. I cannot under- To -Bride." At present, my
measurement, mark off the length m" >our material. For delicate'lie. 1 feel vou can be assured rtand why she should have all dear. I am preparing some
required to cut the skirt before- materials always use tailors' tacks that he is really in love with you. the fun. Lverybody says that 1 pamphlets that will give you all
laying out the blouse pattern. Do or crossed pins to avoid marring. His shyness needs much under- Urn the pretty one." the information you seek. You
not cut of? skirl length until you vou have limited time, plan standing and patience on your Now. Jealeus Heart, you must realise that I cannot answer your
have laid out the rest of the pal-I to cut at one time and mark at pnrt. Trll him you are worried get a grip OD yourself. You are very personal problem here. Any-
:ern as you may And vou have another lime, but do keep your I at times. I'm so sure he will re- prettier and dress better than way. do not worry but write again
1 material for the stvle material smooth and flat and all assure you about his love. /OUT girl-friend ye, she is tho soon and I will let you know-
planned. While-you still have tha Ugelher. I To "Mill* M." Your problem, popular one. It seem* to me that where you can get a copy.
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SUNDAV, MAIIH M, 1S32
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PAOE SEVEN-
Peasant Proprietor Not Guilty
0 ire- pace 1
Hi I idsluu upheld Mr Wal-
cott's objection, and Mr. Recce
replying said all he meant wm
that the submission made by
learned Counsel was one which
~*.ns^TSSftd,w.5r,ft - ** *
they accept the tory told by the ul"y- ...
Headley group", then that waa C J Summing Up
how It happened Summing up Hi* I.ordship Mr.
There was no question of kill- Justice Taylor said
inf In the minds of the men. "Mr. Foratnan and gentlemen <>i
teeing that each had the oppor- the jury, the prisoner is charged
tunity 10 strike first, but the pro- with murder for that he at the
minent thought in then mlnda parish of St. Thomas on the 18in
wai to get the bananas. day of January* 1M2 murdered
A Neck Tie Duncan Headley.
It did not matter who turned Now you have listened lo two
first, and it was'a lad that they very long addresses by both
held the banana!., that they Counsel, but two very able ad-
clinched. and that one held the dresses, and you and 1 now have
other in a "neck tie*. our difficult tasks to perform, and
It was a matter for them to de- we are greatly indebted to both
elde who was doing the warding Cotjneel for those two addresses
oft. but he would suggest that bwcauM- doubtless many points
the man with the Mick WM doing will he present either for or -gainst fcnct. ^ Uw
the warding off and defending the accused which had not oc- Manslaught
ManMoutltwn
one of the Angers of the accused sl.iUghUM.
Here you haer these two men. And of course gaatVasnaa, tli
a long feud between themyou is considerable evidence, perhap*
forget that for the momentthe yvu ..U agree with me In thk
accused had lauTered at the CM.( that there wag a suddet.
h?n?" ?! Ihe d^*^rt'. ****** quarrel and that the two of thaw
person deliberately oi * the Now on the hoad and car- w, io^UU| about and in th...
aforethought. that is murder
Malice aforethought means the
intention to kill or do some great
bodily harm and it may be ex-
pressed or impl.t-d Express malice
is where
by a formed -
.nd malic a. implied by law v, the ** *^HL^22S; ... thrust into the drew .
- deliberate a L ^,J'^,l>.1i^d!ir^-SP ""'" >1J ' U* ' *">
banan- That iscleaa* (rain the of ***""* '<*> *t '*! th* *n*r
evldance entered Ihe body accidcnlly. in
SBaSESSs 1^2 -mm f teSt\tw
my part. Of course I would be ,n mrwl and the executoi
eonvicted for the murder of that
M.lke
If I pul poison deliberate!)
hirneelf from the man
knife
There was no Intention of mur- though of course yoi
der, the idea was to get the ba- the law from me.
cepted that Now, you have been very
after the told you will go only by the evi- ,*. _ IU(iden auarrel flaht ,rom Curacao and they patched (struggling, in the heat of l>ai
ill .\l *K> ,(,..,., i,kii- won h> rUMI-a-l in . > ... .^ .... ......- '----4. .i 1Kb dm,, hrnii t... .....i___I ,1.. 1__.. .__ <_ .
nanas. but if they
the two men wei
banana-, and in the heat of the dence which you have heard in lnd nnr ,,, lhr othpr w_-
argument -hey clinched, and Una Court and not by anything , greatly provoke, another
night have heardout- by some personal violence and
so on. and the other immediately
kills him. the law says that is
man slaughter. So that where
told
to carry on. Therefore nobody
uld get any.' The accused saM
..wing W me and I have
been leU a share in the land. 1
have a right to go and cut them.
Matter Settled
There E H flatatl 'hat just bfai on to struggle .ind I thirl
, _fter the MftM | death he cut a roil w.ll come to the concluaior
will take auiva the malice. In manslaughter bunch of bananas and that Kuilse tli.it there was a sUuggle for tv
there if no malice. Voluntary protested, but nothing was done long lime, if you come to the ""
man. Also where a person wil-
fully stabs another without uffl-
lent provocation or in self de-
ill imply m dice,
the unlawful
Ith the curredto vourmindj, and the las. ^ ,elonll>us kmm o1 ,noth.
has been ^Jo joujil- without malice. In murder you
ere holding on, whether by lall-
>K or ducking or anything els*
nd the knife entered the body
i nut guilty. If he made a de-
liberate blow in the heal o
passion, you will remember tlv
evidence in the case that taaaa
til
manalaughter is where two per- about t*1*1 Another brother came clusim that while they wen
___. t ... fa^m f*,i * >aj.^A atlfi tllpl1 a.Qfi^naVl afni.l^Khal In fta-an Wa_i _aT_______a.
be ixsnacientioua t,. th.- dun wfakh onabie person and heing under the hanos. Ranawaber the evidence ways, Now u my chance, that h The j^pui., smgsi Seing Uiafs wwJga you 11 Bud N Iv WMj
, to ierform. and lastly King's peace, with n.tlice afore- on that point. One witness de- murder. If you ttnd that in the classes are aga.n gUrgcUU BtW- *"" CO, Rlghl "l _l"P_ "1
f had a duty to resolve thought, express. .i .mpheil. In icrtbai b< the deceased raised heal u( passion in the i.uugg.c h* comers f. im begin- atunnlng valuaa
any reasonable doubt"they had in other words, where one klUs an- the stick ilh both hands and of *:.uiK the blow without known. i,ig sometime In Apid. Hav. tfMiXHY and
U of the r^iaoner. other with malice aforethought, cour that in or realising that the knife waa Ur
If on the other hand they were thai is murder. If anyone unlaw- 1 the deceased nd bitten off hi* hand, that would *-
convinced that the prosecution had fully kill* another with
I ..iHMI
nuiilui
phoned *7 and enrolled' ^hgUlNEl* NaTTTING for head
This la what* to learn indeoend- ovenng and Bolero slyl wraps,
nee In pattern making ito your Attractive Motifs lor your fca*tcr
own size) dre*h designing and FNcning Wear rc shown in Flow-
mbroidery. And you'll l-nn era, Birds. Stars. And here s the
iow to CUt a skirt atraight frirn -urprise for you remembei it a
Up measurementsno paper pa ROM WIDE CLEARANCE
ern for this Singer Scwi | ..nd it means prices are wy, way
\cademy u m the James Lynrh Jown low aod value the highest
Huilding on McGregor SI. It') yOuVe ever knowi
nay you to take a few minute. Wilson & Co.
nd go In. *
In this itont there's alwayi
<-.omcth.ng new. Always something
Holiday clothes uggest colour- different and always .-onwUnii*.
till ahirta among other things. At that you need and want to buy
ihe LONDON SHOP on Lower (.. W. HUTCH1NSONS are daV
Hroad St. there's a huge variety (laying a very beautiful piano,
of Elite Sea Island Cottons and have you seen It? Made in Eng-
Fancy Sports Shirts picture land, fully Tropicaliied In a rich
prints, tropical scenes every Muhogany Cabinet, this la one of
i It at N E
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> thing Im the time being he pushed the knife into the rte-
and then nothing being done up untied man's body, that would b
to the 18th of January he goes to manalaughter.
cut the bananas He cuts the a* I said already. If you find
llrst bunch, puts it down and that he said. 'Now Is my chance
id of him.' that is m
1' 'in under lh,. sun and tip-top
.due. Socks. Ties, How Ties an I
tie Linen Hankie* are natural
ccespnilee for the Fine Tweed*.
Worsteds and Tropical Esttfatn
custom-tailored and ready-made
This It man's shop and that
means everything for men.. ..
it renowned CAKLTON llanos
< and HuU'hinaou'* have onl> um
..liable) Among th
Hardware is usually u* be found
attrsctive Canadian and Amcn-
i m Items and atrcu is laid
tn- efflrlent service.
the accused held the other in a which you i _
"neck-tie' and pushed home the ude and It Is on the evidence
knife, it would be -plain; undl- which you have heard In the
luted murder." Court that you will go on th .t and manslauehter So ihnt u-k i'oe* lo cut the second bunch. The t
There was no question nf an ,h,l a\on*. riefly the facts In the ma^mSE^Drovoke* -.nThW^tJ Scceased at the Instigaliun of d
accident in that case. case are that the father of th,^ ^ SErttSSZiwFvE! Bu,lsc ,ako' "' ,ho *""" ind U
Neck-tie" or no "neck-t.c". if aCcused died in June. 19M. toaw- Se "w iiH n Smi ,tS-SI?' Puts lhm ,,'M ^'^ Th* '
the two men were clinched to- mg fln acre and three roods of r ,heWp^,,^.'. Ts^nViE't uwd nnd' ,ul ,h'" *" P1*' "
gether. the stick could not then Und. He made a will and one of SriJ.". thTkilTii i Ih.rh^J n- havp '' ht*l**
remain under the arm of Uie de- hll . Oliver Gibbs. waa ap- %&*. Urdtr ^^i^ be ffZ*k\*nt*'*?
provoctio... ^SosATSXd '
teautur owed the accused some ,(,, t,,P defendant *
i time to reflect
passion and hi
t, that would be
i""'"1 * me- Mi y. vv ,- nUl snn^m LHiver uioos, woe ap- otherwise t
ceased. No one. even the contes- poinieii rxecutor and it would ap- mansl mirhVr
tanta, who could sy exactly ^.r ,.,, Wllh hls de;itn thc oc-1iOI. ,
what took place
Murder
What happened in the clinch?
One man sags at the knees, and
slumps to the ground, what hap- witness in the case and the wife
pened. Is a matter for you, and 1 of Duncan Headley whom the ac-
submit that if you accept that cused is charged with murdering
evidence, it is a pure case of n the 18th of January this year,
murder and nothing else.
-I submit that in this case Profits Shared
there could be no question of on the testator's death the dc-
manslaughter. The lethal weapon CCased and Eulise were living on
Just
II hi
Bsrueh. the M
m.m.h.ughter
Self Defence
Now the defence has also been
put to you hy Mr Walcott abou'
the case of self d.fcm. If Uv.
light upon a sudden quar
s5S^KS-ftS St. apM -j-.*- -
'! '--' r. only * accused, but tot dagsrfw of has self control any ,,. bananas. He objects, saying,
reaassnable man under the cir- i hove cut one bunch and you
cumstonces. (ake u RWny j cut anuthe. I iaswgl
Provocation JJ* ou c""not ^ *" *"'
have lo ask yourselves In The deceased had his stick
you find r;uso<, to strike the accused. It
which was Just a weapon be- n,c i^^ ) working her share
came a dangerous weapon at the by agreement, sharing the profits considering the tacts
time when the mind of Ihe man w,th Oliver Glbbs and taking a them from the evidence that th. -~i*-.T..,7,
If you took the view that me Oliver Gibbs the Executor, told I h c m was
man had a knife in his hand, and ^j. , r^p (he crops she had in enough lo lead
the other man rushed madiy ,(1(, |...... .. mhu4m>m .. ,...i....- ."
upon him, it is no manslaughter. Iand
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h
did
as you find
provocation
;md ha* already taken
wry ona bunch of bananas now
_ reasonable per- c,,mine to take jiway another
the land to continue workuig the son to do what Ihe accused did i,,,, M It is a oucstinn for vou
. ruling into >g&SS* <" "> *' d'b, b> &*"4L<* S^~^ to "* ""^ '"" """^ "^ '"
to avoid entering furlru
rtrugglc and altempls to retreat
' i.hi and he finds that
|u. U an la no means open lo him It
.lt4.i ur. cienpe nnd he turn* to avoid flu
up destruction and kills the other.
thai is self defence. Vou will
know gentlemen In such a case
o loan retreats nnd tries to get
awnv to avoid a struggle ahd
iu.lv when he finds his own life
:. ,1 Lingered, if he does not rir
the taw allows you to
fill mdei those circumstances.
I 'iiggtet to you. although it Is
a niatser entirely for youIf tl l>
a suggestion I make on the fact
you can take it or reject it as yob
please I suggest In you hat In
this ease ihe facts do not warrant
the other with
what would happen
regard
Apparently the accused objected lion and stabbed him.
to this and you will remember If of course you
Judge: Would you tell the jury thot Mr Wafcotl pointed out to reasonable doubt a
Mr. Reece. whet It would be In you how ^^ .. 6b^ctioo BWer to l
l- to pul him in
ild deprive
rage
him. not him
that case
Mr. Reece: "I will come on to
thai Sir. If the facts are such as
I set out above. It is no offence.
Assuming that they clinched.
; questic
ntertain any aionp but as would deprive any
to the an- reas.nable man of his self eon-
you should tro| [f >1)U tind that thc"-
the facts, nnd if you
was. There were fights and quar- Cve the benefit of Ihe doubt to u,.'" facts'"and" if 7** nnd lh,t
rels and law suits between the [he accused as you will Temem- hm fart^ are sufficient to de-
accused, Jane Murray and their D#r both counsel vary strongly nr,..- an< reasoneble man. an>
family on the one side and the DUt 1 >ou that any reasonable L.,.. who would find himself in fviden
deceased and Eulise and her fern- doubt /hould be given to the JJgg circumstance- of his sail '"
conlml you would ^> not guiltv
__ convicted in this ,n ,n possibility of manslaugh-
ourt for biting off one of th* **r- you have to take into account An An aMatl
fliufers of the accused. tht weapon use,i and all the cir- w ,ou ttnd that that is sunVcient
About 4.13 p.m. on Ihe 18th of ou.mrt?nce? of ,h* CB, nn** * > and that the uccused stabbed Oae
Janttiry. the accused cut a bunch 'd *" law o' reasoning must ,1,.,-eaBtd, that is ^ufheient to re-
nd put it on the "ear "on"ble relationship to d ,,,_ ,lliir-c which woulo
hedgerow and went to cut another *",vocalion for the offence to he "T ta ^ murdor to man-
. bunch. At the instigation of Eulise rf"ol to manslaughter. The ",.,,,i,,_. i w,(UC that U clear. If
He asked the Jury to dicard Headley the deceased carried the w' doctrine of provocatinn "
aod they "turnbled ndthe other ^" tha~ofW >M*. InlatfwSl uaed. Of course" in considei-
rS^lwUni? sndqmley feT/illo d*-' - victed in thi, g * poaslbihtyof man-.augh-
Ihe other got stuck, no offence
whatever. Therefore there is no
case of manslaughter.
Self-Defence
of Self defence. There is no evi-
dence of the accused trying to
avoid this struggle The only
evidence li the statement of
He lie thai he was backing away.
You remember she says he sea<
hacking away while Inniss ay-
he was advancing. Of course thin
' may be evidence of try-
ing to avoid the struggle, but thai
is otdv evidence of taking a few
atcpi backwards. It is only wh
nine up against something
and cannot run any more thai
the law allows you to kill Th
not allow you lo kill
except to "awe your own life
As safe as Milncrs can nuke il
nnd that means very sate Mll-
NBHS DOCUMENT SAFES have
'ust com* In to S p. Musann Son
Co. Ltd. Dial S7I3 and aak to
5-Star wonder car by FORP .,.,(, , Daiid Hutchinson. He'll
shipment is at Chs. Mr- (splaln and teler show you the
Creating a new *umdard >
motoring not lust anothii uc\
That'g the claim of ccnsi'i
lb
Eneamey's now In colours rang- unusual features, lh,. tremendtius-
from Black lo Caribbean [v. ,imnit rnnstructin and hw
Sand. Alan Trotter dial 4493. .,, body consist, of a S1NIJI.K
*11 giv,. you a catalogue only BTsW, riATK. Kev or Com-
lltle less attractive ihnn the binatlon Locks arc tiptloiwl. Be-
ONSU1. li has the whole atory hlnf) thr locking mechanism i
-hs. McEncarney & Co, Ud. haw Milner* Improved Moislui. Ctol
he cars The wh-ln thing Is an ,,raHng( Non Conducting. Fire-
imple. roallr. Cho.^se your col- pmurttng Composition. If you
mr nnd yourr the fortunate .^ Mfr y,^ |
.wner of thP rar of Ihe year
.
Electro plated Spoons. Forks. It a new, new bicycle et a low, I
Knives, the vary newest of new iow price and there's very fev
You're fashion's,
dreaui-f irl in
I ihem, I may say. It's the Me-
nu Cycle that bringa this fresh
.'nception of vidue to BaihadiM.
k complete tool kil and pump.
iiclosej gear case and an entire-
t new rear-brake mechanism bi*
II .,iT.(.l at u price to beat the
ind. Choice of Black and Oreen
nid built to last In thP Tropic.
in atnarl ittloiirs and McCaul Cycles are at K. J Hamel-
lue ..t |1.4I, IV wide. Smith Ud. on Bridge St. phone
t748 Better get around there,
ke Parade this Easter, anon as you can' ________
hlnimnli at tin- Central Ian
/oiium .hi Broad St. There's a full
augc of Rod|wa*a Cutlery in Cau-
uens or individual pieces. From
Janada comes Beattv. the 11 EAT-
I'Y WASHING MACHINE built
or a fife time and only SZAB. You
ihouid make a point of seeing
bis. Oil Cloth Is bUo among th*
iow .UTival
pNDnj
leading
if you ii ii n I
to start in
good timm
n*y upon a Smith Alarm clock lo
rrmad vmi nghi on timcf This
haiwWomc alarm. M W 1>a>N, goes
for V)Ihmii* al one winding. In, ream,
hlue or green i 'i"i !' iled iHllBgs,
it has a 4-inJi dai w.u- luit luroktaeg
aumciaU Alv) j\iinOW noii-lMininuuS.
Lhgn-onette...
A firm, young, rounded sil-
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i Uii'Mi'i-it- givf* you 'in il
lhal! I 'ircutar atitching round*
tln^e precious rurvrs of yours;
poked center cups g>0 won-
drrful accentuation! Choose
fhaneonette* lodgy in yor
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i.i :niinr Meldenfotm Inn
sierea are made only in the
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'.here ia
' lor evgry lypa of figure.
DILL-HEADED
M>Sm-aw^
to give up the bananas and would
'not allow the accused lo enter
l.ife I .,:!.,.,..,. ..
Recce has told you he wai
Do you think that lib
dnngerthis
" he with s
such dan-
... plunge thi
the provocation which you fought for them or been depnyea iam#> mlo |hp 0,ne, man* And
111 have to consider of them, perhaps 1 should say, but ,r vou .op, that his life waa In
I will read to you a passage a *tlck was descending on him n sucn danger, then it is self de-
hlch describes what kind of you believe that that was sufficient [,... otfeirwuwl il la not aelf
. rovocatlon you should look for. lo deprive ;i reasonable man of hi* defence. I suggest th.d m this
"Provocation is some act or aelf control that he would plunt case there is no question of self
series of acts done by the dead u knife into the other man, he defence. Of course If you find
-l Smif/i/f/akmd ^
. W hMJ
IhIiI***) nd <>i
kt>ni 1th* haul Ur
wtningiHi fam.u. IWI Kalnr,
IVa. Wmmk i-nwiawgnssai )"'
.*'> ' lrrrd of gMMSM "'! " "
-Mi (mil U*J bentr-snd wtvi brtl"
UtllasUsKidatyPaUltds*. ia*
Dodds Kidner Pills
- - and the deceased and demanded
of each man standing his ground R| hanaruu, r m.. he *hst ha
,n defence of himself they 6,ood J^^X tus7Jt5r tin?
'"'-TV. d.CKIen^Li l2L *2i; *- sccond bun^h ' bananas, any-
and if in the clinch and strugg e Fu| /
one was injured and died, trier-
is no offence to answer.
rawf ftrtaSt Mother, if would'be STJSSi'SfSZl^S^JSi mtn to the accused which'would wou'wV'guilty not of murde,
manslaughter, but if it happened _-,.__- -_ .h ,__rt jn- lh'",." cause any reasonable person and but of manslsughter
as Inniss said, it is pure, simple #-*''%?.?, .e- ^ ?n?-., c,,111? CttUW' the accuae sudden _^ ------
murder ! r.u .J^hJ^.S lo9 '?clf conlrtt|. ,hu rdc|- iintliuien. if daaui result Irom
He submitted that on the to <-"' another bunch. ,ng the accused 80 lo spMk no liglll upon a sudden quarrel, the
evidence before them, there whs Evidence Conffirting master of his or her mind." person who cau>ea doatn i gen
on* or othor of two verdicts, guilty Erom this stage on the evidence Case Uu. Read erally guiliy of maiuOaughiei puiy.
of murder or not guilty at all No '* very conflicting But there can ..r^, me distinguish some nf >"' ^ evidence show, |ksji
manslaughter. b* no doubt that there was some o,, ,, wmch p,1)VO,.atinn m there wa- the malicious intention
At the invitation of His Lord- *ina r striiggle between the de- |aw is not Circumstances which on the part of the prisoner who
snap. Mr. Reece dealt with the ceased and the accused in the merely predispose of some act is cause death to the person, he is
uuestion of provocation, and sug- c?" ' which the deceased re- not enough Mr. Teylor read guilty of murder. All sUuggh;
grated that in this case there waa f^** *"*">< ""<* " It case law. tn anger, and all fightings are un- justified in order to protect hiro-
h~- * -" '- i wf.d and as such in such atrug- leil m driving the knife into the
_ted, than you will any so
and I am suggesting to you gen*
tion as I say, gg
ceived a wound under
no provocation breast, causing his death. It
In conclusion Mr. Reece re- fl^J,^r.i,,h"t.llh,CKd!c!??e minded them that the prosecution rmed w'* *<* but did not in-
flict any
that the accused had as his ub-
lect the gelling of the bananas
and having lost the first bunch as
Mr Reece puts to you; If you find
he changed his mind and waa out
la kill the deceased or to give
him a tremendous beating lie-
cause, remember that a parson
who i attacked cannot gauge
everything with exactitude, but
if you think that th* C
tnnce* were such that h<
to Ul. U mtauto. and th (M StSBSL^i^Si E SS
Bporaiimnj'. witnraoa alao afrce that whn
Jury a Lrtity the two men clinched and cami
The alao had a duty to thc together the accused wa, holdln,.
community lo "well and truly try m hH right hand the knife will
the laiue UtwMl your Sovereign w|ch he had cul ,hc lwo bunche
Lady the Queen and the pmoner of banana*.
at the bar. The could not fall In Murder ha> been defined wher
that very lmporunt dut)-. Ther. a peraon of Bound memory an.
waa alto a duly to themscivo, to discretion unlawfully kills a reas-
So aaaumlng that you found lawful and aa such, in such strug-
gle defendant did strike the gle, the death of one person I*
blow, was there such provoca- caused by thc uniiitcnuonal act of
"- -educe the another although the inlenuor "
that that Is tm cm* of
killim to manslaughter. Here In m~U ciuse^death, the person ',?'''"" SL/^StSS
this case you wlU remember that ii Heath Is Blilty of man- "' u,l> c.~*. would nol luatify
the defendant cut two bunches of .f^SJJ1" you considering that he wu In
hsafiaaua which riahtlv or wrona "l-'UIhter. ,uch daofler, at 4J0 In the axter-
?, the accusco cons dered hTh!d ?** ^M"*1 ,, '"" "", " """ Sft
s riaSt In SET "I !'t """ Bul f course even In a sudden ln, In order tn protect himjwlf,
awaf Ihe nr,tuncr,n? parrel. If you nnd that In thu h, hl 1. drive the kn.f.. .,,>., S
trying to take away the aacond 'udden quartel In Utb ija. Ihoujh dceiued. It is only In clrcum-
buncfi In addition to that the was a sudden quarrel, that thi stamen such ijs thi.1. only where
defendant tried to prevent th. uccused deliberately intending to lie had to protejl ho life that he
deceased who raised his slick as Itel rid of thl man who cnuM all would be luatlfled in doing thai
one witness describes with both this trouble. If you find that he_________ on fage It_________
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I'\(.l EIGHT
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. MARCH M. IH2
ittKKMHft faa AUVUtfK
lull II "'''"'""HllB'l III
Sunday. March 3*. 1*52
IMMI li a 11 % 1m\
THERE |g conflict of opinion which
' be settled before any progress can be
made Witt) ni(!usiM.il 01 other economic
development in Barbados. That conflict of
opinion has n-sulied in a state of suspicion
and mist nisi which is the reverse of the
conditions necessary for economic develop-
ment. What is holding up private invest-
ment in new industries in Barbados is lack
of confidence in the government's inten-
tions with regard to investors in general.
It is not true, as some peop'e assert,
that there is a great deal of money look-
ing around for investment in Barbados.
Most of the money available for invest-
ment locally is already employed.
Only one thing, M far as investment in
new undertakings in Barbados is concern-
ed, is abundant, and that thing is uncer-
tainty
ne is uncertain. Even local busi-
nessmen do not know what plans to make
about expansion until some decision has
been made about the deep water harbour.
And investors from outside do not consider
that Barbados has enough to offer.
The investors in London for example
.wired from setting up new indus-
r.vvc for several reasons, which can
be listed briefly.
iie double taxation system cancels
out the incentive effects of the Pioneer
Industries Bill.
Secondly the limitation of power for
industry is no incentive whatever since
industries cannot operate without power.
And thirdly the government still seems
far from recognising the real impediment
that the Public Utilities Bill has proved
to the Electricity and Gas Company in
their efforts to raise additional capital in
London.
Any attempt to draw parallels between
the Telephone Company and the Gas and
Electricity Companies is wasted effort
because the resources of these companies
are not similar. The suggestion that the
Electricity Company or the Gas Company
are protesting against certain clauses in
the Public Utilities Bill for any other
reason than because these clauses are
deterrent to the London investor is unwor-
thy of those who make it. The public of
Barbados must realise the great difficulties
that are being experienced in raising even
colonial government loans on the London
market. The investors in London, like
the Investors in Barbados to-day, have less
spare capital than they had to invest and
th.y are showing greater and greater
reluctance to invest in colonies where
political motives are suspect.
What is Barbados' recent record in this
connection?
No one can exaggerate the adverse effect
which the Barbados government's treat-
ment of the British Union Oil Company
has had on the investing public in England.
It was shattering to British confidence in
an island whose pro-British reputation
had been painfully built up during long
years and until that confidence has been
regained it is wishful thinking to suppose
that a fiscal survey or an industrial devel-
opment corporation will be successful in
restoring confidence.
How can confidence be restored?
There are two immediate actions to be
taken.
Ibst let 01 put an end to the stupid
activity which is being promoted in cer-
tain influential quarters of compelling the
Electricity Company to withdraw its pro-
test to the public utilities Bill or to be
nationalised. Intelligent treatment of the
Electricity Company and recognition of
the real difficulties it is encountering will
automatically benefit the gas .company,
and will give the first real incentive to the
potential industrialist who may be think-
ing of manufacturing certain products or
parts of products in this island.
That is the first immediate action to be
i ken.
Then let us follow up thus gesture of
goodwill by deciding next week or next
month, not next year what action is to be
taken with regard to the proposed deep
iter harbour.
11 may have escaped the government's
that the same engineering firm
which was commissioned to advise Barba-
dos as to a deep water harbour is now
engaged in a similar service for the Gold
Coast.
\ntl the Gold Coast government is pre-
pared lo spend up to 3 million and to
ft p .rt h; 1936.
Birbadm Instead is still toying with the
idea whether it can afford a deep water
harbour or not.
It has had ampic opportunity to make
mind and excuse after excuse Is
brought forward to justify the delay.
If the figures quoted for the new port
in Gold Coast are any guide to present
costs of port construction it seems unreal
to suppose that an island as small as Bar-
bados will ever be able to foot the bill for
the North Scheme Harbour unless it finds
oil in very great quantities. But the find-
ing of oil is uncertain and the date of com-
pletion of the first oil well is receding
into the distance and the presence of oil
cannot possibly be ascertained this year.
What then are we to do?
Are we to continue to paralyse every
suggestion for the improvement of the
docks until oil is discovered? It may never
be discovered. The only thing to do now
is to count the cost of implementing the
Deep Water Harbour as recommended by
Sir Douglas Ritchie in his report and if
the government is still confident that it
can afford the highly increased expendi-
ture required for the North Scheme let
it request the Crown Agents for the Col-
onies to arrange for the issue of a deben-
ture loan by underwriters in London: lei
it guarantee one third of the sums to be
raised and let it obtain from the United
Kingdom government an undertaking tu
guarantee the other two thirds of the loan.
If a loan can be raised on such terms
then let the Government implement the
Deep Water Harbour scheme.
But if the government of Barbados post-
pones the issue and the government of the
United Kingdom are not prepared to dis-
play such confidence in our ability to
repay whatever loans will be necessary for
the building of the Deep Water North
Scheme Harbour, then let us have done
with crippling indecision and consider at
once the practicability or desirability of
implementing by stages "Scheme A"
which, despite dis-advantages ought not
to be dismissed as an alternative.
Time is not on our side.
If we can afford the North Scheme Har-
bour, investors will oe convinced that we
have confidence in ourselves and will be
attracted to our island. If we decide that
we cannot afford such a harbour let us
plan for a harbour we can afford and let
us take prompt action to allow the electri-
city and gas companies to carry out the
expansion they plan in order to accommo-
date new Industries.
Sitting On The Fence
PEOPLE'* WILE
THE action of Dr. Malan's government
in seeking to invalidate a ruling of the
Courts on the pretext of the will of the
people being sovereign illustrates in a
way that many people can understand
the dangers inherent in the idea of the
absolute sovereignty of the people. As
expressed through parliament as the su-
preme legislative organ.
Dr. Malan is doing in the field of human
relations exactly what Dr. Mossadegh has
done in the field of oil: both these Prime
Ministers are attempting to justify actions
which have been declared to be legally
invalid by an appeal to the will of the
people.
But whereas the Persian Prime Minis-
ter's action was felt with greater acuteness
at the centre of the Commonwealth, Dr.
Malan's action by reason of its subject mat-
ter is being more widely resented on its
circumference.
In the British Colonies the action of the
South African Nationalists must be intol-
erable to predominantly coloured people
whose sympathies are naturally directed
to anyone who is the victim of racial dis-
crimination. Alone among the peoples of
the British Commonwealth South Africa
continues to pursue a racial policy which
can never win acceptance by coloured
members of the Commonwealth and which
is heartily condemned by the majority of
other British governments.
Even the Court which decided against
the Separate Representation of Voters Act
was composed of five white judges.
The strength of the British Common-
wealth lies in its ability to reconcile the
irreconcilable and the fact that South
Africa whose racial policy is emphatically
out of step with that of the United King-
dom should remain within the fold is
tribute to that strength.
But there is no doubt that South African
nationalism and racial intolerance is
undermining the very strength which its
membership of the Commonwealth was
meant to sustain.
At meetings of the United Nations and
in its relation with the British African
territories the United Kingdom's associa-
tion with South Africa is flung in its face
and even in the West Indies where noth-
ing like the South African system has
ever existed (not even in times of slavery)
prejudice and animosity is generated in
communities where only racial unity pro-
vides the path to further advance. If South
Africa continues her policy of racial
fanaticism the greatest service she can
render the Commonwealth would be to
# resign her membership.
An American writer has m
nested that, after the honeymoon
a foung husband should tactful-
ly make hit bride food-conscious
by bringing the subject into the
conversation at every oppor-
tunity.
IN our own home at last. Don
you like the dark oak panelling
in the dining-room, even If It
isn't oak?
Orfaea It reminds m# of
arrived ox tall.
Kf*i:y? Mow peculiar. Of
course. I'm not quite * about
the off-white wall" of the draw-
ing-room, though they do set oft
the goldly-brown carpet rather
well.
When I look at the u-a.li and
Uie carpet together I think of
role cooked uHlh mussels. When
/ loofc si the walls atone they
remind me of rrrpe and onions.
Is this the romantic dreamer
I married? I suppose the sun-
shinc-yetlow wallpaper in our
bedroom reminds you of omel-
ettes?
Sometime! omelettes. More
often tweet corn with fne chicken.
. I think It's revolting to think
of food In our bedroom when
we've only been married a
month.
f rant help if. Even the bath-
room sponge reminds me of
t/w Id en jtudilmy.
Do you remember when my
eyes reminded you of dark pools
an the starlight?
Yes. / remember.
What do they remind you of
now' Mushrooms on toast?
No. Thick brown gravy.
And the pale porcelain cheeks
you loved? StuhTed veal, I sup-
petal
Not stuffed, darlino.
Boiled leg of pork with mash-
ed turnips, maybe?
So turnips, dear.
Just a plain boiled Beg of pork
without even turnips? That's
me. Is it?
. Well, darling .
Go on. Say it, you pig.
With your pale sj..n. dark
eyei, and golden frina,. 1 was
poina to ray i/ou reminded me
more of roast pork with brown
gravy and crack lino.
PROBLEM CHILD
An application for a licence to
make alcoholic ice- cream con-
- By XXTHAMEL CLBBI\S
Uimng one part in eight
bun-, inibeuiiunr, apricot Dranay
or rum, lor aauiia umy, was rv-
iuscu alter opposition uy many
nukuinii. innuaing in* Rev. T.
'inimpson, who saia there was a
danger that young people migni
net a taste for it.
(A|ler I'tt old song.)
IT was only a humble home
they had in an old world village
I treat
Each stick and stone in that
humble home was ever so clean
and neat.
For iove it reigned in that hum-
bit home, though it's now but a
beauulul dream.
Maes th man with the ice-
cream barrow called and sold our
boy ice-cream.
Don't give no ice-cream to our
Johnny.
It make* him so strange and
so wild.
We remember the time he was
bonny,
A normal and dutiful child.
We remember him saying his
lessons
And praying for Daddy and
Mum.
Till they sold him an ice-cream
cornet
Full of apricot brandy and rum.
As midnight strikes in that
humble home his anxious parents
wait
For a boy at on ice-cream par-
lour bar, although he la only
eight.
They weep as they look at the
things he loved, the smashed and
the broken toys.
And remember the day when
Ice-cream was cream, and blue-
eyed boys were boys.
Don't give no ice-cream to our
sonny.
Dont give no ice-cream to our
dear.
For after ice-cream he goet
funny,
His language Is shocking to
near.
The night he insulted his
father.
The night he assaulted his
Mum
Was after a lick at an ice-
cream brick
Pull of apricot brandy and
rum.
DREAM ENCOUNTER
A PIG was driving the taxi
W hi gg taking me to the
Hwus* of Commons to her M
t,j -e stopped at the Brit-
ish Museum 1 onercd tne pig
a trii-sniliing note. As he had
no mange ne gave m* a piece ui
luflee initead.
rt'niic 1 was eating the toflee,
Hi* pitf Mill. Wnt is uic time
ol yu>..r weadmg;" I MM- "11.4a
am" The pig said: "What
say?" 1 sola: "I dont know,
soe's been waiting at the church
tnree weeks as It is.'
men the pig took the ring
b m hH nose and said: "As
jcu won't be able to alturd a
t>iddiiig-Mng{ after the Budget,
v t**l better put this on ner
ii'.sir. 1 hope It won't be too
1 said; "It will probably be
too small, as I am marrying The
Fat I_awly from the circus, who
ha? riiindi as big as hams."
The- pig said: "Its not polite
to mention hams in my pres-
ence. " 1 said: "I beg your par-
don.'* The pig said: "Granted
a' soon is asked."
Then the pig said "If you mar-
ry this Jut lady she will cither
smother you or you will get
three jeara for bigamy. Which
do you prefer'"'
1 said I would rather have
some more tofTec.

The pig then drove me from
London to Manchester, via Car-
lisle and Dublin.
When we arrived at Minsk.
Stalin called out: "Hullo, Gub-
blns. How would you like to
work: for me?*'
I said: "What at?" Stalin
uldi "A dally column fa
Pravda." I said: "What about?"
Stalin said: "You only have to
keep on saying I'm wonderful."
1 said: "My terms arc s ten-
yea r contract at 50.000.fi00
roubles a year, with a special
Ui-free Budget for columnists.'
Stalin said: "Done." Then,
looking at the pig. he said:
"Who's your friend?" 1 said:
"One of our visiting member*
of Parlnment."
Stalin ld: "1 thought so. Why
don't you slaughter the lot
and increase your bacon ration?"
As they led the rig! sway,
Stalin slid: "ThU is the Ilr'st
spy weVe caught that wo can
fit, too."
L.ES.
Garrison Church
On the 24th December 1840 the
Most Reverend Doctor Richard
Patrick Smith, Bishop of Agna
(with headquarters in Trinidad)
laid a corner stone of the first
Catholic Church in the island of
li..rl-uio, sab u..oe*Uaae Sanctl
tduaral. confeaaorta, Regis Ang-
lioe, deaUcaoaae.
Cm Easter Sunday March 21th
1842. John Haly, Chairman of a
meeting called to assess the
catholic congregation of St. Mich-
ael for taxes in support of the*
first pastor, the Reverend William
Rogers, signed his address at
Saint Edward's Glebe, bridge-
town.
Why then was the church which
was opened by Bishop Smr.h on
March 17th 1846, according to an
outline of its history publ.shed
in the Catholic siaadard of No-
vember 1946, shown la local
Church Records of 24th October
1848 as St. Patrick's Church.
The suggestion has been made
in the same publication that the
name St. Patrick Is due to th
presence in Barbados at a later
dote of the Lelnster Regiment.
cut church records prove that the
Church was known as St. Pat-
rick's us early as 1848, and from
the beginning the Idea of s
Cutholk Church was intimately
connected with the presence in
Barbados of British troops at the
Garrison.
As early as May 17th 1840
Richard Hart. Mujor of the Slsl
Regiment had written to the
Kenan catholic body a reply ex-
pressing his willingness to "work
out a plan forthwith" for the
proposed "Catholic Chapel." And
on the 29th September 1840 there
is notice of a resolution to ascer-
tain whether the Lieutenant
General Commanding tho Forces
(Sir S. nUllngtsMi) would be
Inclined to give the Reverend
William Rogers leave of absence
for three months without requir-
ing a substitute as Catholic chap-
lain to the forces during that
period.
But the connection between .he
local Forces at the Garrison and
he Church now known as St
Patrick's In Jcmmutl's Lane it
proved beyond all possible doubt
ov a record In the same minute*
of the meeting on 28th September.
.840 wherein the suggestion a
made "that the medical officer
-t the Garrison should ho request-
-d to walk the distance from the
Harrison to the ground Just
purchased (that Is In Jemmott'*
Lane) to obtain his opinion
whether or not he would consid-
er it too long a distance for tho
soldiers to march to prayers."
In the same minutes Reverend
William Rogers' Garrison talari
wived by him Is iccorded nl
75. *
At the very first meeting of the
Catholic body held in Barbados
sa Sunday February 24th. 1839,
t was resolved to raise a "Church
in this Island to she service of
God, according to the rites and
ms of leu- Catholic Ritual, and
thut tbe same when erected shall
oe dedicated to St. Edward the
Confessor in accordance with the
desiie of she talented learned and
anus Bishop of this diocese."
It was this same Inshop who laid
he corner stone of the church
dedicated In JemmoU's Lane lo
the illustrious British monarch St.
By GEORGE 1IUISTE I at a meeting attended
saMngst others by Captain Gore
Edward the Confessor on 24th *"1'l tf-uaner Master Bodcn of the
December 1840, and according to '*nd Regiment Revd I OI),.,-
the writer in the Catholic Sumuard ne"v '* congratulated on the
' )84fl it was the same Rhhop Mwplertw.. of St. Pitrlek Cfiurch.
Smith who opened the Church on ,. ,
March 17th 1848. Why then was. JSS^Jaf?^ ?2. ^""i"
the Churoh in JemmoU's Lane on nc ' July 1849 because he
which the Catholic body had *''*f J*1 *hat '" t"; "-
.-.greed In February 1839 should be "cnd 0 Donnelly but there i
Dedicated to St. Edward the Con- ^_nl?,!,l?n..ln..Uua !c"er ' *h'
lessor, referred
records of 24th Octobei
St. .Patrick Church? ,u ,. ,. .
len called St Edward Confessor },kariau" of British Gulona. B>
was opened on March 17th 1848, Ww r.,n ,8** ,her* wa* no P"-
why do the records of October
24th 1848 refer to "shinglea and
ether materials required for cov-
ering St. Patrick Church? .
Banff! the Con- ''' ,n,?nl"|n in this Inter or the
in church ch""*<-*d indication of the Cburel
Oc?ober. mST. ,^Pr7,2^aUn?-0n Jhf **
rch* And if a Wlrc" !W0 tf>e island of Barba-
_.ii__i ^____ ently resident Pasto
bados.
II...-
Progress of thi
On lOln January 1858 the Revd
Henry SEGKAVE Informed a
"Had the Church of March 17th meeting ai Saint Patrick's Pres-
1848 been opened without a roof ^}f'y lh" when the Church and
oi hod it been completely destroy- Frtsbytery were repaired the
ed between Mar. h 17tn 1848 and '"'"y which he belonged
October 24th 1848? If that were B,nd, represented here would cart
so it seems incsjdible because of ," ' "d use every Offor
the many dimcOlUes recorded In fL1",11""""
S-tting money to build the ra"n-
hurch and to pay the salary of ,.. ,.
the incumbent y Tho Church oontinued to strug-
These difficulties are vividly le, "offinst financial difficulties
recotded in the eloquent treatise md "n S"n.d,a> ,0 JuI> 18M al "
of John Haly Chairman at S t^^ll' "' ,ho fresbytery.
meeting on March 27th 1842 which Nr *-> KEEFE was solicited and
bigins with the quotation "to all I"*"13"1 Io draw up petitions to
uch as serve the altar of God. J'1'. CTo111oni.n|_ Leilature as alsc
Is conceded the privilege of living ,' miiis-h. Government for ai<
by the altar.'1 inasmuch as nearly the whole
thurc-h was occupied by the Mill-
John Haly details some of the ',ry ,he number of civilian:
trials suffered by His Majesty's bfmoT very small." The writei
Catholic Chaplain to the Fortes ' "><* cullme of St. Patrick's In
in collecting subscriptions through- ,he <"*""> standard of Novcm-
cut the islands for the Church of ** l*48 Mates that in 1857 th*
St. Edward the Confessor. "He CstholicConaregatlon was "40anc
had" says John Haly "the travel- 'heConnaught Rangers 320."
line between cross seas. In boats Apparently the only coniribu-
of 5 to 7 tons burthen- he had to 'lwl mode towards the Churcsi
suffer much of personal indignity 'twn official sources was tht.
and deep mortification, conveyed f"10,'' su"1 payable to the I'jtlu.-
In rude speech by shany, wilh he LhapUin of the Forces."
whom he was brought into con- Thc ""> of all the Rcgi-
tact In his mission searching for mr"'*,.whosf ., ^dlers benefited
subscriptions for this very Church. "ym,1Vlc 'P.'!"!1 administrations
{TSUSTwS od worr'an'; SK* ^ ^ ^-"S
^o^rn^SultcSrhem &eS Egggafe^^j;
r .t.h*1.r. d(,clon8lon in mlld the Lancashire g^ilicr^ the
respectfulUngu.ee.. ,Kin?B, Uvcrpool %&*!!,
in the Roj-l SuBCXi e,,, Kci), Th<;
And we now find hln
.-.. ,^_^ ._. .v-------------- oi'iiui ion. not only without a reserve scots Fusiliers, Roval Irish Hegi-
fund of a dollar against a day ment. (The Duke of Wellington'*i
wherein sickness might overtake The West Riding Regiment The
and overpower him but absolutely Royal Berkahlre Regiment,' The
without the means of discharg- Etut Yorkshire Regiment, (the
ing debts." Prince of Wales) LEINSTF.H
.,._. .... ,. Repmont, the Leicester Regi-
Whilst he deplored "the state uf ,, tht R ScoUt tne No*h
martyrdom t0 which this fine Staffordshire Regiment, the York
Island has been subject for the ami Lancaster Regiment, the
years 1840 and 1841 by long con- Cwinauaht Rngem. the Loyal
tinued drought "and regretted" North Lancashire Regiment, the
the individual looses to which Rojal Scots Fusiliers and the
many of us have been exposed" Shropshire Light Infantry,
he looked forward to more pros-
With a roll call Such as this U
It not strange that a iMimon
church originally dedicated to St
Edward the Confessor should
Conditions could not have lm- from so early a period have been
known u St. Patrick, and thin
iutxeojueni Catholie Churche. i
perous tunes and proposed an
assessment of taxes on each mem-
ber of thc congregation.
Crease resistant, washable
of course and superbly
practical fur the Tropics
or Springtime in the North
Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
pioved so much in s period
little more than six years to h
permitted the Catholics of Bar- Jeounott'i Une rebuilt after HI.
should hsve retained that dedica-
Him* When the Catholics of Bar-
bados whose numbers today are
counte-d In thousands build' their
second church in some other part
TZf,XTL 2., m, a"" "lus,r,ou' B""!h """-
bados to complete une churcT
dedicated to St. Edward the Con-
fessor by thc middle of M..:
1848 and to have another St.
Patrick, requtnng shingles and
Our Headers Say;
WfOmg Intlirlmtnl Schools. -f.^i-
It has been always observed
To th.- f .i. ,i thg Advocate lhat n neatly M such .
highbrow but base critic owes his
SIU I :. ,.'..' tlie very schools
the 23th Idol i dirty letter writ- whloh ,"* abuses but because of
ton |,v phfl which he "* v"1"" ingratitude he speaks
wrongly indicts the Schools ef thus of an institution fi>r which hi-
Barbados but made especially ?hour: ?ner up a dailr Praver '
nasty references to the Primary
Now I have spoken to several
teachers and I h.tve boon observ-
ing the work ;ind UM influence of
the ehildren of many schools, and.
ns grateful citizen ol
who has never been a pupil of
oats, I give the "lie di-
rect" to this evil suggestion. How-
ever from what I nave gathered
within thc lost couple of years, all
is not well in thc schools. ''"" this great disservice to tho
It is bovausa of this fact that Cause of Education in Barbados,
we should place on record our BARBADIAN PARENT.
best thanks to Dr. Massiah who "I
apparently has been able to put Philalvlist H antril
his finger on the bad spot tf the SIR.I take the liberty of
,ydem. and like him 1 demand wrUing you as I am a very' keen
that a non-political commission of philatelist and would like to ex-
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once and for all those responsible with stamp collector of your 2731053
country.
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SUNDAY MARCH 3. IKi
SJJNDAV .U)VlK \ II
AT THE MUSEUM:
CONTEMPORARY PAINTINGS
MARMITE
THE
Exhibition of contem-
porary Wen Indian painting at
the Museum is Uriel? Barbadian
Tnu u no uncommon feature of
such exhibition* that the locu*
should be belter represented than
adjoining colonies, where trans-
port difficulties and inertia prevent
potential exhibitors submitting
paintings. The Trinidad Art
Society has sent an interring
reprmcntallve collection of worS
of which the oils are well framed;
there are ...so two paintings frm
Aniigu.i Among the local i-ontn-
buiora are visitors to the Island.
T: e general Impression of the
inhibition U food: there Is a wide
variety of subject and technique,
the latter vanes from the meti-
culous work of Rob*, i J. McLeod
to tne dream-llkc Imprr tolUam
of Muriel Mathieu. There is a
h"*1.^* John Harrison by Carl
UiuoWnnen rightly hung with a
laurel wreath, a tribute to Harri-
son's many services to art in the
Caribbean. Over this collection of
paintings Harrison watches with
a bland hau*-sm(lc, as though he
approves of the art creations
which surround him. Many of
these might be described as his
"children", for to tho younger
aituits of the Caribbean he brought
yinpnthy. encouragement and un-
derstanding. His driving sense of
the importance of art also Infec-
ted some more experienced and
slightly dlsilluUoned artists. To
the more academic and realistic
pairriers Harrison had less 'to
give* for they were unwilling'to
meet him half-w.iv. But. in the
long run even they ga.ned from
the new Interest in art. for thejr
work being the most straight-
forward and easily underload
was the first to And new buyers
Although Harrison is lost to the
Caribbean, Im enthusiasm lives
on In this, and, it Is to be hoped
in future exhibitions.
Among the oil paintings th<\>
is some interesting work by O. c
Stevenson, who snows landscapes
.nd portraits. His palette is quite
unlike that Of any other exniuuur.
and the effect of sun-drenched
landscape is achieved by the use
of clean colour. Elmer Jordan's
painting continues to progress:
apart from his Speightstown
scenes, he 'exhibits a delightful
sea-scape patterned with fishing
boats, and, a still life In which
the economy of colour used is
remarkable. Ivan Payne's
Speifchtstown Is an entirely differ-
ent place to that of Jordan, and
the work f these artists has
nothing In common. For Payne,
Speightstown is full of detail
which he records for Its own
sake. In "Bananas" and In
"Coionut Trees near Trent's"
Payne skilfully employs tone- of
green of different intensity to
*

<_
JOHN HARRISON
By Karl Broodhaotn
nr+ULl?**^ ,^th PalnUn work recently exhibited here, this
hZO&y wcc**"[ul. ""d ran- painting gains enormously from
cairn is created in each w'jich the technique employed and the
is unruffled by the Trad* brteza. recession is" excellent:
ine artist Is In be congratulated
on the framing of his work Dorothy St. John's realistic
_, treatment of coconut fronds in
Of the work of Trinldadian "Lullaby" conveys the impulsion
5fu.P*0'*jr Hold*r' ^ un- of the* ^'n* ruffled by a gentle
doubtediy, the most exciting in wind, and One dancing light on
this exhibition. Here U a highly the sea has been admirably
individual artist whose work has achieved in this painting and In
elan not found in any other artist "Fish Row." Robert McLeods re-
in this exhibition. It Is to be cent exhibition Is too fresh in
hoped that Geoffrey Holder will one's memory for new observa-
cons.der giving another one-man lions, but in revaluing his pictures
exhibition II the Museum. Cecily one must admire the amount of
Fordes "Slipway" is well com- colour he gets into his shadows,
posed and of unusual colour, for this only comes with lontf
Muriel Mathieu's delicate and In- observation. Eileen Hamilton
dividual patterning in "Refloc- shows an Interesting portrait,
tions" and "Still Life With Saucer" there are two fine flower painting*
Is responsible for highly decora- by Harold Connell and a flower-
tive work "Still Life wilh Tropi- piece by E. A. Parry of till lain!
cal Fruit is arresting. M. Wyke colour. which shows much
is to be congratulated on the skil- promise. "Old Railway Bridge' by
ful composition and subtlely of J C Bailey Is a very pleasant
colour in this painting. "Twin painting: some of this artist's
PalmsT by Garner Francis is work recently exhibited here, this
bolder m style than that of his painlings gains enormm,
observation than
' M Kendall's
time* also suffes fiom :t .
which no amount of paint can
cavai Hat tfuab> of a Harbour
I'^K-nnii and that of the much
ilusby's Alley are both
of lively interest.
Of the drawings and water-
colaurg, Madame deKuh's pencil
work is unrivalled and
studies excellent. A. Rot*-
sever il watercolours of UAUsi il
harm, "Waterfall". "Patio" and
"Sundown" being especially
f note. Gordon Corbln
has a good sense of the ..
c f waterrolour and his work
benefits thereby, for his drawings
. i .
watt i colours as a medium are
not appreciated by many exhiba*
tors, whose work varies from being
tight and hard to being el
messy. Because watorcolours are
eaaly applied to paper it does
not follow that this is a simple
medium to use
colours be employed t I ..-
wok of oil*. The work of A. E
Taylor of Trinidad Is | ^o.h|
example of the proper use of
work has an al-
most 18th century quality and.
by expert use of his medium he
is able to light his work in a
manner which gives pleasure to
the visitor and is the envy o( his
brother artists.
Atf Codallo's romantic "Bath-
shoba" ha., about it a quality found
in the vratfc of Jem Lu H
unusual and arresting. Some of
B. McD. McClean's work has a
charming naivety, but "Sanctum
Sanctorum St. Peter" n an exer-
cise In architectural drawing only.
and not a picture, for it i al-
most completely flat and devoid
of lighting. Gsldc While shows a
dcbghiful beach g>oup, Pe?fy
Merrick seascapes have a clarity
which w me exhibitors mignt study.
Mrs Delamerc shows a land.-.ape
of delicate colouring and Kathleen
Hawkins a well balanced drawing
of a donkey and cart.
joo* ) Mirmiu It S
Ifcai hip iokU>>Susitftod.
vf..ir.i. (il tnS ChM
tnhm e MnaAl tVo" M'>^n4"S *
i,, theft, Oclt.ioiM
f
It \Y SiKKIT
Iran Paynt
Last, but by no mo ins least,
there is the wort o Brood
h.igen. who miii! (list rtd
congratulations on the award of
a long delayed British Council
tehola ship. Ho Is tho first local
..itist to bo io rewarded. Brood-
hagens sculpture Is strong ami
thf warm colour of the pieces ex-
hibited greatly anhames their
In 1945 the art woild was
startled by a Dutchman called
Van Meegeren who claimed to
have painted eight pictures which
had been accepted as genuine
seventeenth century Dutch paint-
ings. Dr. Paul Coremans, Director
of the Belgian Museum's Central
Laboratory, showed the decisive
part played by science in proving
that the pictures were modem in
a recent book, and Dr. Anthony
Werner, n research chemist at tho
National Gallery In London, sum-
marised trie methods of detec-
tion In a BBC talk. Thar* -"<'
four layers In a painting, starting
at the back with the support of
wood or canvas. The ground
work usually consists of a layer
of chalk (or gypsum) In glue,
though white lead In a drying oil
Is sometimes used. The paint
layer Is essentially composed of
particles of coloured pigment
embedded In a suitable medium.
Varnish comes last, enhancing the
picture's brilliance and protect-
ing it against atmospheric cor-
rosion. Paintings of doubtful au-
thenticity are tested In a museum
laboratory. First comes examina-
tion through powerful binoculars
to ascertain the general condi-
tion, the structure of the "cra-
quelure"a network of crackle
which exists on every old paint-
ingand the existence of any
overpalntlng or ro-toration. Next
come X-rays, the degree of their
penetration depending on the
nature of the paint used. If
X-ray photographs reveal areas
of paint bearing little resem-
blance to Uie superficial image
further detailed investigation is
needed, which Involves taking
small samples of paint from tho
pictures.
The Van Meegeren support
was found to be canvas. Poten-
tial buyers arc impressed by
old canvas and fakers buy old
pictures, clean off the original
paintings as completely as pos-
sible to avoid detection by X-rays
and paint on the supposedly old
picture. Van Meegeren adopted
this priictlce and under one
pseudo-Venneer painting of "The
Last Supper" remains of a hunt-
ing scene were found. Van
Meegeren had bought a hunting
scene by Hnnduis In 1940 and this
had been photographed. When
the protograph was compared
with the clearly roi-ognisab!
areas of paint that the X-rays
showed to be lying under "Tho
Last Supper" they were idcntic.il.
The nexl examination was of the
actual paint layer. This wa
very hard and resisted the action
of organic solvents as old paint-
ings do, but tfrowed a porousness
foreign to them. It also behaved
oddly when treated with strong
alkali and acids for seventeenth
century paintings would be se-
verely attacked by these whereas
the paint layer of his picture tu
unaffected. I became clear that
his medium was unique and the
key to the mystery of. his tech-
nique lay In it. After many
analytical tests It was established
that he used a synthetic resin
ATLANTIC RHAPSODY
first patented In 1907 When
dealing with such a medium, an
artificial craquelure which Is
superficially convincing can bo
produced by rolling the painting
round a cylinder. The craqucluru
of a really old painting contains
a mixture of dust fatty material
and particles of disintegrated
varnish collected by time. The
craquelure of the suspected paint-
ings contained a blackish sub-
stance, a sort of Ink which, owing
to the porous nature of the
medium, had diffused into the
i i>:nt on either side.
Pigments are not a sure guide
in proving age for intelligent
fukcrs use those known to the
artists whose work they are
Imitating. Van Meegeren used
only pigments known In the
seventeenth century but in two
samples of blue taken there were
traces of cobalt. NOW, there gn
two blue pigments ront.nnmg
cobalt. Smalt. In use at that time,
and Cobalt Blue, a later pigment
discovered In 1802. and further
analysis showed that Van Meeg-
eren s blue was undoubtedly
Cobalt Blue. He had uncon-
sciously used a sample of ultra-
marine which had been adulter-
ated with Cobalt Blue. Further
examinations were made under
the microscope but Dr. Werner
had said enough to convince
listeners of the value of the skill-
ed and patient work carried out
by the scientists who reveal the
faker's deception.
K. J M
Removal Of Import Duty Of
Fishing Equipment Urged
I '.:.' pOSStSsMI
PORT-OF-SPAIN. M.i a*
One of 58 recommendations
made at the conference of Fisher-
ies Experts of the Caribbean
which concluded at Kent House
yesterday afternoon, asked that
Terntorw.1 governments give ur-
gent consideration to ihc removal
of the import duty on equipment
used In the Fishing industry.
Another asked that Territorial
governments be asked to review
the existing pricc control regula-
tions for fish with a view t-.' re-
moving them. The con fen-nee.
which began Monday j.<-mi-
mended that the Caribbean In-
vestigate the possibility of launch-
ing a joint effort of territorial and
metropolitan agencies to explore
fisheries sources of Caribbean off-
shore waters.
In considering the ;n .
for technical exploration and de-
velopment of new fisheries, the
conference laid stres on training
fisheries officers.
Among recommendations on thai
point were an annual seminary
for technical offli er for the ex-
change of ide is and d >ta on the
organisation of technical educa-
tion programmes such as Utose
conducted by the Food and Agri-
culture organisal
training eantt* and U.-mi.iiBtr.i-
Bett.
Another recommendation of in-
terest asked that in vie* of n
dence that the fl*h sujvl
of! Britain Guiana ware btlnj da-
ptelrd, that hrr iNm.l Ml | D
ment- ly rcqueMud to take im-
mediate action with the virw !
obtain *r i' at I. h landed
from theat territor-
ies affectedBritish Oaiana, atar-
tinlque. Barbados, Tnnid recnmmei" be eon*
sldered by the commission at
their Guadeloupe meeting early
In May.
Hi* head of John Harrison
mm pie of his portraiture.
although iiis most virile work Is
that of "Joan." Hroodhafen also
s: ows two excellent heads In
watrr-oloure.
Thf inhibition shows to advan-
lage at the Museum when one
recalb the gloomy rooms at
gueen'i Park.
Capt. Musson Can Apply
For Order Cf Mandamus
l'CHtT-")K-SI'.\lN liar. 29.
I^eave to apply for an order o.'
mandamus was ^ranted to 0KM
h -. \li. and his wife,
Viiiiiuie by a .Supreme Coui !
judge today.
!h- orwaT dsfVctad by a clerk
I
Court Is retumaht.'
laj
.. mandamus; arv
irdtl to compel
ftw i ink ot the peasM |
.. -. to franl them
. mi .ii ii rora mi the pTOreadlngs
to the full Court for heaim ami
daf rmlrurtlon. The City Magi-
irate earlier In this wrek ordi-nn
the removal of Ihe Mu*.uits from
tin- colony when he delivered
judgment against them In' A cast*
charajag them of being prohibit-
ed LmnugranU ""cl navtna railed
hen ..nlored to do so.
It wa also ofdawad that thaj
ba hflil ''ding de-
portation, tl.i-v were refused
bail and it Wgl Uld them Ibagu
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AGE TEN
SUNDAY ADVOCATF
Annual Girl Guides'
Association Report
The B'dos Automobile
Association
SUNDAY. MABCH M, Itti
ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1951
Sine* the last General Meeting
AT the Annual Meeuna, of the on 14th februaxv lb.
Girl Guides Ix-cal Association on Seoul. ld Kowauan honouieu u-
Thursday. 21it March the Wand by aiUwidJii*, a Kaily o1 low"
Conimi Un iith February 21 Commiv held on th 2Tth of February, 1931~ aan nre eakaxt UuKu Raaftoo-
Thc Um Guides Association w jioncrs and Guidcrs alleiiuvu ine vour Committee of Management a. ou^>vnoi> lor We Fri>..r> o(
very shocaed oy me dcum ui it.au. UKI|III,U| Serwit* at St. Mwnael have mad* every endeavour to St. Jonn, St. Joseph, St. Geo>v<
the rUng *uu Lb) l t,uicdrl lor H-M- the King. promote the Inter** of the und St. Peter with a view lo ketrp-
was sen. u lot Overseas Com- 0n 2Wt br.uary the Annual Association and we are very happy ing a general watch for road
miaslooer:' The Ouiues ol li-r- j^u M0 Gu.de* Own was held to rrcord that the Membership has sign, either damaged by accident
baaos desiru to join m toLi*sion- at ^ ja^a,.,'. Girls' School. 07u increased from 94 to M2 which la or ob-llerated by canal and for
of urcpesi sympathy to H-M. the Hunger*. Guides and Brownies very encouraging. corners rendered dangerous b;
<*ue*n and to toe rwyal tamUy.' wtn pi^ent.
U-dj Btraiheden, the Chid Gam- These ar# Me big cvenU, but
m-aaionar. a*m u* tola reply '. We thrv,ugflout the Island
lhanK you for your kind mesaage gomaaolai aim facks Guiding,
of sympathy on the death M oui __ on weeK by weck ^^ uiC
a.1. .J Ifl_-> Tun la a IIII1> --- .----------.
... March 1931. Mis Excellency canaa being planted too clot* .
he Governor kindly consented to the edgea of the highway for ;
be Patron of the Association which traffic safety. These supervisoi. '
as greatly appreciated by all. were given authority by tnc Com-
Aftar negotiation with the Auto- mute* to call ij necessary on per-
Dcloved King inert- u a ami Guidcrs play a vary important mobile Association in the United sons concerned and request them
of grtN.1 pride in the whole Guide ^^ Kingdom we atgned an Agreement t0 M good enough to cut back the
Movement that wc have a very when the news was received of Federation with them in canes or tak otner action for the
spcci.il link with vui wueen, tor IIO0U.t the hurricane in Jamaica. September, 1931. safely of all users of the roatt.-
she a Guide and a sea Ranger yn were wr anxious to help thu Members of the A.A. may now We ar- happy to record that In
and is the thief Ranger of the Uui(Sm wtw were itiU paying for become Memben of the B.A.A. by every c. where tnia haa been
Commonwealth and Empire. We ^^ ueadt|uirtcrs and had had payment of hall of the subacnp- tt0*ie, anu Uiere have bean *everi
all wish for her a long, peaceful lhf roof damsured. We had no mm and vice versa. Furthermore immediate co-operation was toriii-
aad l.ai py reign. money for this purpose so It was tha metal car badges of the B.A-A. coming and this hs been h.ghi%
It gives mo great pleasure to aecttimii to try and raise some, will be reeoffruaed by the personnel appreciated, la some cases the
welcome once an in the members ^m,, of mP companies had a ..f the A.A. if used In England. owner* or planUUoos have Oflarad
of the Local Aasociauon to out jumbio aale, others had a Concert, to plant grass at the corners on
while aome gave donations lrom The_^_-A-, havt_.tl!I*'ad^Lb^li ln nlghwaya to give vnibdity to
Headqu-ilci:
We regret th.it
pressure of achool work, found it , vepy pI(afced tn impossiblf to continue a. Chair- pf (1Sb.oi ha. been sent to tho ca^s to the U.K. on holiday as \/e mMB^ acclde.it..
man. We are however delighted ,,,,, commls*ioner of Jamaica. M when making a P*""j m casea where road aigm have
th. .*on closely connected with Quid- Ine chief
i thc'Lrewnrd Islands :
bassasBSsssssasasr m *""<. --------- ~"""_^ r- z.~. in esses wner* road signs have
y 1 received a letter from .-hange of residence, and **7cj*' been damaged the Highways and
lef Guide. I know you will inora are on our books '} Transport Department have ben
rested to hear what she i. )\on^'**Xg^'^Z "dvlaed by telephone arm they
She i. in America on a Oversew^ BelaUon. OfflcMs Ikeep- have ^ J-g gy g
inlcrwtcd
sh, /-. AclUi Wind Com- doi,
-n .-Innrr of St. KlllK-li Uw nnr ,lurt 10ur rtUl h s^reurj, Ing
iilrmimor thI/>i] AMoclatlon Bnd,c, Thi Itur ond talk, rhonm
Mrs O-M.honcj. I, oln the Rr- , principally jlven to Oirl Scout
order of the Trefoil Qulld nd we Council, and Womeni Club- etc.
or* verj irte!jl lo her for the ej,, wU1 V|M, ,h,n 40
itocre .nurn-' he tekei Is .Mk, u.velllM to Loulitana.
t,ulJln Tea. MlnneMU, Iowa, Michinan. them thu uvlnl th
, '. a.u"^.ySiI Vlrnlnla. PennTlvMilo and aervants much lime n
Ur September we numbered 878 AtabMI1. ,,, mmtion ,e of the queue. "'
soclatlon have been made to the
Authoritie- for:
oncetnlng thl. wibject.
To assist our member, our
"kf^nnation took on the task of
.-ing Driving Licences for
k Or their
waiting in
This facility will be vx-
li
T ... i f""iin w iupiimi miir ui tilt- ^------------ -- ., _
warranted and enrolled members, ;tntCs Bridget also sent | letter 'ended to them again this year
aB^stWaa^O* Hi QWr.tkw ygej and .^ ^^ .^o American-
ranted '
making i
^..-t__.. ....... -..,... F1 "* hl1w ,hc' have "" rert'ted PBrf- firnunri in the Garrison
the largest number
had. Considering the masses of
fir's in Barbados our growth is
very slow II ha< to bo for a
'-nmnany or Pack onnot be start- -p. pi,l#,f' r,
without tr-intd Guidcrs. Wr T
tn the King's death,
have thought It thelt
o\irs. who had died. We hnve hAd
i>rmnnthy poured out ovr
goe-t
Parade Ground in the Garrison
Klni not , entr,r, f the Grand ''d PrtT ln.u
Be. kntiA *sd.J a d.__
The increase of Bus Stop
signs in country areas.
The erection of Dangerous
Coma* signs, the building of
roundabouts and the erection
of more major road signs and
studs.
The diminution of existing
road dangers.
Legislation for compul-ory
ranee.
If rou have eaten unwisely, or too well, take a dash of ENO'S
" Fruit SillH. This will set your digestive juice, flowing, help
your stomach deal with its burden, remove thefedingof discom-
fort and congntion. And thanks to its wonderful ctTervescencc,
bow freshening ENO'S is to the mouth ENO'S contains no
Glauber's Salt and no Epsom Salts. Yet, by a gentle laxative
action, ENO'S encourage, perfect regularity. Most of us need
our Fruit Salt first thing in th* morning.
gel n
requests
arii t- Can^d;. where she Is also eolnK .< **.
ach term lec|ur# iM doftl not arrive home u*2?
.. SUnd and back aga
At Md
and was appreciated by
We (
utiocnrtand that considi-ra-
This was a free ^ llon Is being given to these re-
wno commendauona, indeed Ibsm 4 has
already been made the auu)ect of
in the House of Assembly.
until about the middle of June ,***&& ^rJS^s^d <*<
And back lo our own nda. In 24 .Urn boards were made and We regret to record the re-
Novemoer it was decided to bui.u have been used to assist the signaUco or Major Lenagan, your
waU on Uic Southern Boundary nolle* In supervising heavy traffic preWdem, who hi lafl the Island.
Maxwell owing lo 111
for permission to start Companies
and Packs The first step 1. *<>
And two suitable women to be
trained before any children can be
recruited. If the prospective ..------------------------------------------ ,-
Gutter ha* been a 2nd Claas of our Headquarter.. We had no which occur, during Race Meet- und M
Guide, the can be trained In < "*" shorter time than th* one who ha- of materials and labour, we were Public Official function, such as The Committee of Managernciu
i l bean a Guide. Perhaps ymi advised to build at once. It was Armistice Day Servicea etc.. etc. appointed CapUin St. John Hod-
wiU ask why twowhen tharc is ,. ilniahed just a few day. before The flow of t.afflc ha. been 5on to be PrMident and Mr. huhi
i-hortagc of Guider.. This Is done Chri-tmas and has coat appiox- obaerved and on occasions r-corn- Bannister lo fill the vaoawiaa
i>*caue if one Is shifted to another imately 620. We hope that this rnendatlon. hnve been made to until the next Annual General
school, there u.til one left to look debt will bo paid by the money the Commissioner of t'oUc*J,irxj; Meeting.
ifter the children. She In turn
Eno's
ruit Salt*
SPECIALLY RECOS4MFNMM
tar IIIIGIILAI ACTION,
SICS IIKAD4CIU*. UVEaiMINEO..
anjousNFJvs. HgABrreustN. t.
S-..J to bmuimfmr
for bmttmr listening
Designed and buiti for arnrke under the moat
exacting conditions, these splendidly styled Bkoo
receiver, are noteworthy for aensitlvirjr, daricy,
power and complete reliability. They five yon
better listening beoauM they are constructed by
Britain', hnest radio tcchniciani after careful study
of your local reception conditions; and because
they are quality-engineered throughout. For really
worthwhile, trouble-free radio, rely m Bkcol
n* mm Ji ~ rao mi
'now 1%-*. U-ix
ior STUBBORN hang-on Bronchial
muat fln-l "omeone to fill the gai
Tliare is yreat difficulty in find in i
Gulders. No one should be pitch
forked Into Guiding because she
belong, to the staff of the school.
1 m *ntlon school* because the
in ijorfty of our companlt. are at-
tached to school. The wi.h t
.-^d at the "fair on Saturday, pedlte It. These have received Ow grateful thanks must be
10th May. Our Headquarters Is every consideration and we have expressed to Mr. Rich&r nn example of united effort and enjoyed experiencing the fullest who has paced one of his office-*
the children themselves have play- co-operation from himself ond all ut the disposal of the Association
ed and are playing a big part In his Officer, whenever we have re- ana given _rree legal l
helping to pay for It. We appea, quested advice or assistance1. Members,
to avery member of the Local .... .,._ "bio
Association to help us. I do i
This .." moat volu-
., contribution to the BA.A.
.---------- A Patrolman wilted by the n, er funds are not great We
_, know If the member, of the Local Commissioner of Police, was nun- J1T> bUk, very gTaleful to Massra.
join should come from the In- Asaoclatlon realise how Important ad in """J"*"** and lorsome ^a A Connsril ^""V"-^,"
dividual .ind forcing anyone to be- it la for us, the uniformed mem- time was engaged In "''" designed tho Car park.^1 Bolt,
oene a Gulue. d not help the ber. to have your backing and Member, to park their_cn_1 l.ne and to
Movement.
We were very pleased that Mis
Marjone Pvmbtrlon, through the
generosity of the British Council
trained nt 3 of the Guide Trnhiini'
Centres in Great BrlUln. Site ha
gained the Guide Training Cer-
tificate given by imperial Head
quarters. We hope ahnrtly that
Mla< Pemberton will be able t..
tart n Cadet Company. Thl. wlli
help in the training of future
Culderi and will greatly furthe.
the growth of the Movement li
Barbadoi.
It has been a very busy Qufd<
vsar and e icii year seem, buslc
than the last. Just to mention
few of the event.:
In October there was in M\.
H Pnx HU tan iM
nangen. GuMes, Bro*.i.ts and
'mil'
support and how vitally this can
iffeet the whole Guide Movement
in Barbados.
public car parka and generally (;rah
iiii-u-
Messrs. Pittpatrick
and Co., who auditrH
B.C. Wateffront
Strike Still
their abeence. Just before Xma*
however, your Committee w fortunate to be able to rent tem-
i orarily a car park near the cen-
tre of Broad Street In Bolton Lane.
The services of a aecond patrol-
man were obtained and both are
Far From Solution j~k|"SrSS."'^
irrwitOuiO*nconvund*tiii shoppers who And h mot......
GEORGETOWN, B.O., March 27. ment.
The waterfront worker, strike f0 give as-istaiice in attracting
entered its seventh day to-day n#w Members, Meaars. J. B. Les-
with no sign of an early settle- u. & Co Btv# consented to re-
ment. The Georgetown Shipping 0 by ,u% thcir Cfir maurflnce
AssocUUon issued s .tatement to- ^ u Membrs of the
day to the effect that the B.G *-
Labour Union had written Booker
Chairman on the fourth day of the f ''. ?**_.._. M roadL _.
t.ikr referring to alleged griev- A Motoring Manual is now be- ,nf d when ^ can empV-
goesjg not only of .tevedores em- compiled and should be ready motor ^cle patrolmen breakdown
.. for dislnbuUon to Member, in the tv>r'ni> , .menlUe*
_. ccount. free of Cost.
Next year we hope to extend
our Membership to Motor Cycll-ts.
We hope to increase the ser-
vices to visitors to the Island by
.o-opcraitng with the Barbados
Publicity Committee in dl
tine information regarding motor-
ing matters which may be of a.- '
slstance to them and we have al-
ready had enquiries from the
I'SA, Canada and South Africa
by prospective visitor, to Bar-
bados.
Given more support from the
Public it is obvlou. that much <
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
I'M.I II I VI S
The Lives Of Harry Lime
ip^
When Harry Lime rntrr-
" rd fhr boxm? gam* he
aimed to come out o/ It thr
uHnnrr. But hi* plan wrnt
atxrau trhen hU iovtlu ae-
cvmpiice took the SrttmerV
end of the purse.' You'll
thrilland cmlle at thla
new adi-rr.urc of the cnflOfl-
trig roffue u'ho (tarred in the
JUm -The Third Me*." To-
day's epitode in the Harry
Lime wory tJ called "It's a
Knock-Out."
TWI an old saying, and
X it's just at true at it's old:
"You caa't cheat an honest
man."
However. I know there are
very few honest man; and tna".
means a> svarld full of people
who can be cheated. A world
full of nice larcenous chumps
fuckers like a well-to-do
American businessman whom 1
will call Al Pierce.
He was a sucker for what he
thought was sure thing. The
day 1 completed my little plan
fld Jenry
Warren. nv pretty accomplice;
'It- ;i Knock-out**
We were standing on La
1 ;....< 11.. airfield, watching the
big non-stop plane from New
York to Miami, Florida, load
up. I told Jdnny: "That**
Pierce. In the polo coat. He's
worth at least 30,000 dollars to
me, if yam do as I told you."
"Dont worry," she said. "Ml
have him In Havana with hi:
thirty thousand on a plate in*
side of 48 hours."
'O.K.. OK: Now go and get
a seat near nun on the plane.
And don't forget when you
meet me in Havana, I'm not
Harry Lime. I'm J. Harrington
Lime, the Wall-street tycoon."
DOUBLE CROSS
He'll lose. U ... *
WHEN an American business
man like Al Pierce goes on
a Florida vacation and finds
himself sitting on the plane-
next to a pretty girl, he makes
my work simple. I had known
Jenny would be able to pick him
up easily. The next night Id .1
Florida night club sue was telling
him the story the story, I'd
coached her In. And by that, time
he was ready to believe anything
she told him.
And briefly what "he told
him was that J. Harrington Lime
was a stinker particularly to
his secretary. If she could
only make a little money on the
side, she'd quit her job. And,
then, by a lucky coincidence,
the Idea seemed to strike her.
"Mr. Lime's a great sports-
man," she told Pierce. "He
loves to gamble on the fight',
the races, almost anything. He's
got this big palace of a place In
Cuba, near Havana. You know
mink-lined swimming pool,
tennis courts, the works. And
right on his estate he found that
one of the workmen, a Cuban,
is a wonderful boxer. Pancho
Cordobas Is his name. The
trainer Mr. Lime brought down,
and the doctor and cv.*.."body,
they all say Pancho'U be world
champion."
"Funny," mused Pierce. "I ^
never heard of him."
Jenny laughed. "It would be
funny If you had heard of him.
He's had ten fights. Won every
one by a knock-out. But. don't
you see? Mr Lime Is keeping
him under wraps. All his lights
are In secret. So when Mr.
Lime matches him In New York,
he'll be unknown. Mr. Lime
will be able to get simply won-
derful odds. See?"
"I'm beginning to. But I
don't see how you figure to make
any money out of this."
Jenny pot confidential. "Mr.
Lime has arranged to have Kid
Burke fly over for Pancho's next
fight, his big test. In secret, of
course. Now Mr. Lime always
tries to get his guests to bet
against him. He takes Pancho,
and he'll give big odds because
he's so sure. But Pancho has
agreed with me he'll lose this
next fight If I give hint the
word. He'll-------"
"Take a dive?"
"That's it. For a price. Mr
Lime has been giving him a
purse of five thousand every
time he wins. Pancho wants
twice that from me If he loses."
Pierce said: "That's a smart
scheme for a girl to have
thought up. What's the hitch.'"
"Even with all my savings, I
couldnt win enough to pay off
Pancho," Jenny said mourn-
fully.
Picrce's eyes gleamed. He said
softly. "What would you say If
1 offered to put up tome <-t tin*
capital for you* Business pro-
position of course. I'd expert
half the profit after Pancho had
been paid off."
"Buthave you got that kind
of money?"
"On a sure thing Like this, I
feure have! On this kind of pro-
position. 1*11 have 3U.000 dol-
lars caah, at least."
Jenny cuddled closer to nun.
"Oh. Al! How wonderful: '
Pierre registered at the Hotel
Naclonal. I already had my
luxury estate rentedfor a
week. Now all that remained
was to get to work. But fast'
That first evening I contrived
to meet Pierce at the rork fights
I even let him win money from
me. And at the end of the
session I paid out. "That's 75
dollars you've won from me." 1
said. "There you til
What was your name again*'"
"Pierce," he told me. "Al
Pierce from Cleveland. I'm In the
insurance game I'd Sf has
to give you a chance 10
win some of this back. When s
the next cock fight t
INVITATION
Al Sees Pancho
IBEUEVE it's next week.
Well, good-night. Pierce
It's been pleasant. Maybe I
will undertake to win that 75
dollars back from you at that.
Like boxing much?"
"Oh. yes I get to the fights
whenever I can."
"Mrnm! Where are vou stay-
ing" At the Nacional?"
Now my plan Involved letting
Pierce stew in his hotel room
for a while. Get him worried
By now he's figured out that If
he bets 30.000 dollars at 10 to
1 he'll clear 300.000or 150.000
clear profit. Sounds good to
him. But will I invite him out
to my swanky country place?
Was he too obvious? Maybe n<*
obvious enough?
Then I give Jenny the signal
to call him. pretending to be my
.secretary. Of course, he falls
over himself to accept my invi-
tation.
First I fed Pierce lunch, and
then a good Havana cigar. Then
wc went for a stroll, and I led
them down to the specially out-
fitted training quarters where
Pancho was* working out on a
heavy punch-bag
"What do you think of him*"
I asked Pierce. "He's fast, isn't
he? I call him Young Pancho.
Of course. I don't know wheth-
er he's any good. He hasn't
fought a single fight."
Pierce stared at me. "He
hasn't?" Then, recovering
quickly: "I meanuh-oh, he
hasn't. He looks so sharp, I'd
have sworn that"
"No. He* lighting for the
first time next Thursday.
You've heard of Kid Burst*, HM
middleweight? I've got him 10
come over and go a few rounds
with Pancho. I'm making up a
purse for the winner."
TEMPTING BAIT
The Viclim Falls
THERE was a pause. Then
Pierce said slowly: "Maybe
I could give you a chance to win
back your 75 dollars, Mr. Lime."
I spluttered amusedly over
my elgar. and he said, offended
"What's the matter?"
I recovered myself, but con-
tinued to smile "Well, dont'
you see?" I said gently. "I
was planning to make up | purse
of 10,000 dollars on the Igfat
Any side-bets I placed on
PonchoI'd want to make sur
my winnings would cover the
purse, what?" I chuekMl
again, "Seventy-five dollars"'
Nothing is better calculated W
make a chump impatient than
to twitch the bait away as
though maybe he isn't going to
get a chance to grab It. I was
hoping Picrce's neck was hot
under his collar as I walked
away after giving him that little
brunh-off. I wanted to gjvp
him a chance to talk to Jenny
without anybody else around.
Sure enough, I could see him
moving over to her side. And
after a minute or two, they
were joined by Pancho.
"Don't forget, now, Pancho,"
Jenny said. "Third round.
That's our agreement."
"SI si! Third round'" And
Pancho moved off to the show-
ers.
"Well. Al?" Jenny inquired
Pierce took a big breath. "I'll
go in with you, Jenny. Looks
good to me. And Lime has got
me a little sore. I'm going to
now turn. 1 II take nun for
plenty .... I'll have to convert
some bonds, maybe borrow a
few Lucks, but 1 mink I can put
BU h-nds on 4J.0U0 dollars."
THE FIGHT
A surprise ending:
*"\NE of tnc "guests," alleged
\_Jto be Qtawral van Sickle.
tuny. 1 told nun "This
Pancho is terrific. Watt till I
unveil him at Madison Square
Garden or In the Yankee Stadi-
um' That'll be your chance to
win back some of your money."
"You really think hell beat
BorkW "
r n 'iid thunder, man! Ill
give you len to one!"
That's when Pierre jumped in,
fast. "Ill Uke those odds. Mr.
Lime." he snapped. "My wager
on Burke is 40.000 dollars."
"Fine, fine," I said casually.
"You've got cash? Give it to
Jenny, here. And. Jenny
here's my end . .
She made a fare. "Mr. Lime, I
hate carrying all this money
around."
"Getting heavy, is it~ aii
right Pierce' Suppose you be
appointed custodian of tho
stakes. I'm sure everyone here
trusts you . . "
It was sheer delight to watch
Pierce carrying that satchel. You
ever watched a man that you
know is guilty trying to act
innocent? Down we went
through the gardens to where
the ring was set up. Everyone
there was in on my little scheme,
except Al Pierce.
First round! The lighters were
pretending to feel each other
out. Pancho putting on a show
of fancy footwork. Of course,
they were putting on an artistic
show. We couldn't ham Pt I
getting worried about how raw
it would look when Pancho
took his dive.
Wup' That was Pancho down
on his knees. llurke really
clipped him. Looked good, too
Round twoand Pancho's eye
was cut. Looking over at Pierce
I could see him adding up his
profits again. Forty-six thousand
at 10 to 1 Is 460,000 dollars.
Minus 10,000 dollars to I'.mclu.
thiii leaves 450,000. Split two
ways with Jenny, and there's .1
clear gross of 225.000 smackeroos!
Wouldn't Pierce be surprised If
he opened that satchel and
found that most of the notes
were toin-up newspapers' He
looked like a kitten lapping up a
bowl Wup! Pancho down again. I
yelled: "Watch his right. Pan-
cho'"
Hound three! This Is where it
happens. Look at Pierce, grop-
ing to make sure he's still go'
thai MtclMl. Thinking, now I
when he can reach right out an<
gr b 225.000 dollars.
l'.ineho takes a right cross,
dances back His hands are
down. It sure looks like Pancho's
guard is wide open .. Burke is
measuring Pancho ... Here it
comes, a terrific right, andit
Pancho ducks, dances
away and
The crowd wants to know
what happened1 to Burke. Pierce
he's stunned. Why? Because
Burke Is down on his b.uk. with
blood spurting out of his mouth.
For Just a second there's dead
silence. Then, as the doctor
ducks into the ring and bend
over Burst**! still body, pande-
monium breaks out.
Scared stiff white tg a ghost,
poor Pancho moaned: "SancttS-
slma Mad re de Dios. I
l-uch him".
BOXER 'DIES'
Jrnny Vanishes
GRAVELY the doctor straigh-
tened up. "ApuiiT'-.t'y you
didn't need to touch him", hp
aid. "This man la dead I
When he missed with that blow
he burst his blood veaoel. Com-
pletely chance Couldn't have
been predicted".
The crowd hushed into
silence.
As I turned awgy, I heard
Pierce"s frantic voice. Jenny'
We're liable to be arrested on a
homicide rap". And her hard
reply. "Dont you think I know"
Go on, beat it. I'll meet you .n
Palm Beach Hurry".
"But I've no money left".
"Here, quick before they see
Vv+ got the satchel Here's a
hundred. Now hurry"!
The moat artistic aspect of
the swindle was that the chump
Hed. convinced he was in for
real trouble, completely forget-
ful of his 45.000 dollars Pretty.
wasn't It? One of the neates*
Jobs I ever pulled off. And as
soon as he was safely off my
rented estate, my nf-U-'.i,-
gathered around for the pay-ofT 1
Tcaj were wonderful." I told
Pancho "And Burke the tray
you hit into the bladder of
chicken blood. I thought [I would
never stop coming out. Now
Where's that Michel? We'll split
up the profits now Where's
Jenny? She's the one that
deserves some praise."
A man said: "She must have
gone inside for something"
Well, well." J said, happily.
"I'll take her out and give it i-.
her later. Hand me that satchel.
Ah' Whenever I think of the
expression on Picrce's face
What's this" "
I guess my face must have
been a study, too.
"That vixen! I yelled That
double crossing no. sex tuple-
crossing, wry-necked witch.
Jenny Warren! She's run off with
my money1 "
They couldnt believe It.
"What? Our money?"
FINAL TRICK
Not Just Luck
"MOT yours. I've got enough
J-^lio pay 0,7 >OUr Minrlc>i
every penny," I told them "It's
the bet she's absconded with.
One of the beat scheme* I've ever
hatched, and she has to throw
the queer in It! Listen to her note
She says: '-----and I'm leaving
5.000 dollars for your end, Harry
That'll be enough to pay for a1
long-distance phone call to < j
me what you think of me. I'll1
be in New* York to-night, but
after that who knows where I'll!
be? Love, Jenny.' "
But what the crew didn't
know, nnd what Jenny would
llnd out later, was that I had
slipped out 10,000 dollar"
through a little dexicrmi*
slelsfh-of-hand in packing the
money into the satchel.
It's always wise to anticipate.
That s what they call the famous
JJme luck. But I don't think
It's luck. Do you? I
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PACE TWELVE
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
si MMY, MAIM II :lu. Itu
T u atiOH&f tKuichlHADtt
JJve 0mudnq TJtaAieA
L.k tVOTTtfUni

in old tasea and n-coiidilr Ug
I.,i rv 1 .
of "ur forafat)
.if tiifc erstwhile saaa*.
and havr left us records or evi-
Mrnir of these inrktent*
and speculation, the themes of
which, would enhance Rip**? -
Programme. Believe ]! or Not "
These stories cover a wide tinr-
f i onirovertlble topti
include li-gul blunderim
tiers in uueilionable .
Of the occult, patheli. drm runt
imutir.il taka arhteti could well
provide hiinam- (ui such .ilil'-
Cs as C. S Forrester or Raf.nl
balini.
To start the ball rolling. 1
would like to tell you a ttair> -
a story which is true, an-
: black murk In the
annals of our Court i
onions, an Institution
ad by that colourful chl
Barbadian bJabM
the man who rated Bai
bedos to his peculiar liking bi
Orei ". raai FBI
refer lo the remiirk;iK>
Monsieur D'Egvillo.
move "it to Mm
lory proper, I wanl you to know
that then* an DO !- Hum thm
authorities to vouch for the
ethenticity of Uils aton
e Journal of the Barbados
Musouni A Historical Boctet]
Vol vn. of 1041; <21 The Barbflt
di.nn Newspaper of Ih.. ttii 0
bcr Ift-'-t and M.ufprlne. known u<> !!..!,
W.. kiv" publish.',* in 1861
A If.ini'iii:; Frrnrhmiiii
This remarkable affair take.- w
back to the vaai r.iu in. .,..:
before th.il tha K.rnch pOOplc hai
beheaded their king, and like
Mr British colony in Ihe
Wi>i tadftaa, Barbodoi an Intai
asted in ntiin* out an -
to Martinique i<.
totcrasU In that colony, while
m;n.> of the French royali-l'
Often sought refuge
Baibadov Thus when a dap-
per little Frenchman by tne
name of Michael, Harvi-v
Paler. William, Henr> D'Egville
landed at Carlisle Bay in that
year no one noticed anything
dsctra-ordinary about him. but
little did they know then th.it
gome thirty years later he would
"be headline news In the colony.
nd thai his name would ba on
he tip of the tongue of evety
Barbadian.
D'EgviUa was a oaiu> i i
{salon, his tOOl
had already attained great celeb-
rity at tlus art in t
cirai" In London and elsewhere
on the continent. Ma father had
been the ballet-master at the
Opera House m London and
young Peter hi. up fashionable academy in
Europe and turned to. the poton-
tiuliiu". of our '.tin. i
should also add thai Peter was
ulao noted for otrn-r efficacious
impulses besides that of datu li
As a true son of the French aoU
hia nature would capttulat* lo
wine and women In addition to
song, which was actually re-
sponsible for his downfall in
Europe. I dare say that wbtn he
decided on Barbados, he had
hoped to turn over a fresh pan.
hut it seems that the Atlantic
breezes and the voluptuous en-
vironment uf the tropics never
gave that leaf an opportunity lo
be turned over, and, Puter D*Ek-
vlUe remained the primordial
l"eter LVEgvlUe sans facon.
However, he did open a danc-
%.. I.
i.\i i bo them,
.i short deUberiition
en i i-.ught in a
' lailty."
bados .tnd declined to prosecute. 1
having <.fice been counsel on the
oi Gen-
., brief for the
i boui God and i
nc got mai ' I man. As he prepared thi?
a Miss Sussana Ashby. one of tn-i .-. loastad
. .t mid also one of the pictured the warm aaMlfacllon
most comely of our eligible mal- and glow on his wife's face al
dens 1 believe that I can safely the Mghl of this her favounb BUirk Can
.laim that there were many delicacy. /> It was ready lo be ,,, .- 1 ... m thi
cpad he ... ,'l...".''1*.'!:, 7.1!:.;; "aw
. apart l
I i u> et
would pay stark defei- i all ind not fjhra any of it Id M
. a
Though young! Peter
ganaa ohm gVgasr Pater remained

quenlly caught up with I
,f those fair maidens which had lM ((u>|. scrulin,ig
been burnt by h
who were not i
with tM *ay the
i>iut*e an appeal was made to the Oav-
i no, Henry Ward* lo submit the
case lo the Crown Law Officer.'
.1 .is daa- m England for their advice and
iwinu mom- opinion These Law Lords cere-
hnd mg Suss.- dead la '".miou-l* >hook out their owm
. bod, white Mi Uawall] w
Ta*alW tar*!*
\mnanr u sUunch ilisnulo "I 1**'- "'"UBli "*'> uUin.jlily i' ,l .', >' IW*"IV>
.,.,, An Ir ,""" "'"'"-
eajuis- and as the years rolled on f sle-l ihe BOOM i i SuasanaN ' Judge Oon a black tap
| ,,.,: , v In IM *t m.v-iiI., who w(- .nil JJJP-
: Ksi
Orand fJaanoog opened on "j*' h^' of nine and twelve
I Ana rnornlUg Of IWt In 'M' for.-noon hi the jallyard
the familiar Town Hall which yet '"' town of St. Michael accord-
lh, Police Heed- '"* '" u"' "arrant signed by lh<
governor Henry Warde. As In
Su^ana lieparls
to be Job's suler or even a dis-
tant daatamlaiil
.nd Anaiiy di
t itn i in| ( N
mg Peter ongu u| t>> tbul Ibal
he was otLnua i arlfa, bui tha
i aculiar thing li tii-' aaitbi i (

too otttal ova* ihis separation.
.Mth bia dancing
saloon while Sussana lit
kbi Hi
BM lengtha
'
piesiiibj of fruit,
ngUlarly, White Peter in good
..,. if BJsg
Of hi., pupil- Ullli- '<>
board witt
you are asking your*
i am than
v.Hh n leirlpontment bi.

and cors* i 1 sym-
a ''M yon if you do not

found it inyealf; but Eha
mams that when Sussana mado
her final .Mil ghe lift bar bua-
.rift i Jataaaj dial
i-.el to keep up n imr
with her m an offort Quartota and the Public Library.
to persuade her nm to change her Peter D'Egville iound hinuci:
niltid. arraigned fur murder. He had an
able lawyer in ihc person ol
iKcd into a
I
i ..
LM drufcglsts, en-
Bjuiri 'i ii itad t
to kill i.....i' diAculi
A fit* tHJUlNC fie ivWA.."
Frenchmr.ii fell ih. mpe around
voice boor
i'ln trilled B(J
' ind hi.i
i.ntenpi |pa Britiah Justice
Thus ended the career of a Dnnc-
Mi.m and n tippler ....
Some yaara later, arhag pat,
was forgotten, a block m.m
named Christian who had been
n the possession Of Mr*.
LTEgvllte. and who, by
*r's will was to reeei hi- manu-
inuslon, confc*aed that ha had
tha CbojMN from the
nd had put ttw
a he was a war"
that his freedom was b r^llov.'
upon his mistress' death. All thia
ha confessed upon hU death-bed.
'o the great dismmfttuiv of those
who had condemned the wretch-
ed Peter to .i shameful death. A
death which .i>; the issue of a
trial built up by the Crown on
hvpothetle.nl circurmtanltal cffl-
Sumucl Hinds who baaed a superb
dafana on laa taet that Iba
charge against Peler was founded
U.S. Pastor Will
Address Public
ra-lor Daniel Gavin, a noted
tlantlal evidence, and Hibla scholar from The Unite,!
that a link in the chain . addre*. the oublic at
.. wan missing. 1 should yuoen'B Park Steel Shed 00
ll here lhat urior to 1B32 ^"nday th April al a o'clock
pnrtlcul.il mo .....d he quick- ,IU slave could teslify in a court "In lour Is sponsored by the Lay-
Z replied. "Yes. -..: I shouldn't of law, and because the boy who men . Home Missionary Move-
re much il there were two- eatriaa lha cbaata could not be "ent, an interdenominational
legged ones." A lillle time later (sailed Into Court. Kinds argued movement composed of Christians
Peter was strolling along the that the Crown had a right lo be iro"1 " denominations. His iub-
strcet and notu | play- m a position to say what hap- leet will be, Restitution Wliar
cd in a store for sale. Peter ,,oiiod between the ' Mr. Gavin, who was born
i Cheese was hard to get. ehOOjaa left Peter's hand and be- :" Scotland, has devoted over 30
although thera wora no Con&ol for,- it arrived In Su*sana's. VW1 to Bible study and re-
Boards, quotas and Import Li- iveiled exlen-
m those days aa wa ara Hind's |K>int can and -'vely among the churches of the
Hia after long oogkaBltation, tna jury e tJniedi stau? and othe
lha mm i that the..
lid not agree on a verdict.
warded by the nn-h-i wanted him acqultti'd while
of tha Kiini's Unage. Ha anslted tha other three shouted 'Guilty'
to iiimself as he tliounht of jpat- The Judge discharged the jury
aana's remarkable fondness for and Peter was remanded until
lha following December Assizes.
He went into
I.ought some of the chajaaa,
and In the meantime Hinds was ap-
ainl pointed Attorney General of Bar-
ind his simple, forceful
appeal lo their hearts has en-
..mi hui. lo many thousands.
It is aaid that his address on
IV -dilutionWhat is It?" is one
which is full of hope fur a weary
var-torn world. The publlr Is
ordially Invited to hear 'his
iddrew. Admission free to all.
nd no collection will be taken
"OVEN I IIIMI SI IS\ HI
You can now get our New Delicious 'SHIRLEY SWEET BISCUITS" from
your grocer or from ihe nearest shop at 46 c /its per pound
Os* day mcj poor young girl -..
vscesag OM Men* in fiofil of her caitlsfr
wase PsdasalT U hsard s cry -Ptos
assg ss.- isid irrus froa.
that W;
-I'bi lirej and Kngf>," Iw him,* I
BO the earned him into ihs house a
SSI satsh ot Ro>*< Pudding heforv h.
He wok oat ink and poof

it.ncd. i
named ana li\cd hipr>ilv oersfWr
Thank
rJ
KOLVNOS
Your hair appears caressable
...kissable...
for my sparkling teeth
with
PALMOLIVE BRILLANT1NE!
lie iloiibly sure your liuir b foil...caressable...easv to
ape I" u-iii| I'.iIiu.Iim lErillantine the DOUBIJ?
l>[ W|
Al an Oil for M--------ajrr Basara Wfjailnf Lair,
Bsaaaaoa ataas arssklj aitb Paassalr*t ivJlantine.
mii.tr. mi tbaa ^asu.
this oij..i|.' helps rrmo.c damliutl . |>rrparo
Miip ii* |"
To Comb sod r*llfaase Hair: I'ut
a little- l',.lirc.li*. BrfflaataM in III.
palm oi ih.- hand Rah haanh
taajadaart aswoth rarhalr. And
Then, natiaa ilir O-ixin- hi fa
the b'sutiful pruominj ol jot
PALMOLIVE
BRILLANTINf
Hi atlw *wtllrltf a:i nore IMn -KOLVMIS'
it Z 2 it ZZ *ti-MZZmzZ2fZZZ2$ZZ2t2 22?liZ$$ZZZZ$* Z*2
Mi. I'Wf'iSiYr Grumman . AMtt SEBV1CE
BARn.\DOS-ST. VINCKNT
li Mill M !- 11< ill I Ml ,
II Mil'. Mills I.Ill N Ml \
ST. VINCKNT-DOMINICA
ST. VINCENT-GRENADA
Onr Wjv Rrtuni
w:i.(ki s MM
SttSf % 81.7(1
-:,i cm $ M.9II
$74.IM1 $II.M
S23.IKI s 4:l.7ii
Onr WU Kflurn
c.lll \ADA.IIIIMISICA S 93.1HI $180.50
ST. VINt KXT-TK1NID.\1> 41J0 $ 77.M
ST. VINIKNT.BRIT1S4I l.l'IANA S 9.0 $182.40
IMI.MIMCA-TRINIDAD ................. $113.0 $J14.7
IMI.MIMCA BRITISH C.I'IANA $171.0* S324.UO
11nn -Iff Hull's im ii/1/iiiiii/iim
GARDINER AISTIIX A lo.. Ltd.
Lowr Broad Street AfflSTfTS Phone 4704
IIIn S YOU WILL BE QLAD TO PAY
SI-11% IC I - THAT IS SURE TO PLEASE
(PRINTS & HAIRCORDS Per Tawt r#a. 7J. H i ____
[WHITE CALICO yd ISc FUGI Pink, blue, gold, yd Ic /m I
CHILDREN'S VESTS & PANTIES, 3 for $1.20
BORDERED Good Quality SPUNS now $1.08
CREPES, TAFFETAS, SILKS, large variety,
now................................ $1.00
SPUNS, white, blue, pink, biege, brown, now
only .................................. aOe
ART SILK, white, pink, blue, now only...... T2c
SHANTUNG in 8 shades, now only 91.12
SPECIAL NYLON GOLD BLENDED DRESS
MATERIALS 6 shades 44 now.....$2.0 1
I Also on show
NEW MULTICOLOURED SHOES,
HATS, BAOB.
fl..?0*
THE
FOR GENTLEMEN
SILK SPORT SHIRTS 5 shades 2 for
J'OLO SHIRTS from 84c. to.........$1.44
KW NYLON BLEND SPORT SHIRTS$4.0.
THOUSAND OF OTHER SHIRTS at
lowest prices ......................
r.IBBED VESTS, imagine! 3 for only S2.00
i-OCKS at killer values! now 2 for only $1.00
f PECIAL MEN'S'2 tone SHOES pair $0.2.
KHAKI SHIRTS each now only...... $.'1.2.7
KHAKI per yard only....... 00e A $l.0.*l
>LINEN FOR UNIFORMS yd________________72r A Hie
iLADIES- COTTON VESTS two for only _____________XI.00
(JERSEY NIGHTIES 2for .7..T0 RAYON PANTIES r-ltJS 1.44
> LADIES' INTERLOCK PANTIES____________________from 00 and up
>NYLON HOSIERY pair only $1.20 TOWELS each now SI* 00r
^CHILDREN'S INTERLOCK PANTIES_________________________________43r 30 SWAN STREET DIAL 2702
< I
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-.1 M>\X M UU II !l>. 1932
SI NOW ADVOCATE
PAGE THIRTEEN
V
HI MRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD
BY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIES

BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
FLASH GORDON
BY DAN BARRY
uHNNY. HAZARD
BY FRANK ROBBINS
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
RIP KIRBY

BY ALEX RAYMOND.
TAIILi: HITTER!
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR TABLE BUTTER?
IF SO WHY NOT TRY
GLOW SPREAD
TAIII I >i aiu.aiii.m:
GLOW-SPREAD IS EXCELLENT FOR
TABLE USE
ORDER SOME TO-DAY FROM YOUR GROCER
I Ik. Pkga. al ii'2t: rarli
.1 lit. Tins ul (0<*. |>'i Hi.
CONTAINS VITAMINS A & D
THE PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
M'M'IAI. OI'l-MIS ail- mill niiiilalili- ill our llmiii-iu-s I'nrriloiilr.
S|iikii*lilsliillii ami Slum Nlrri-f
I'simliy Htm Usually Now
I'OTXTOES I Hi lor Is I H Itn LOWIU .71 Hi
Tin. JACOBS (REAM II, nl,s TIWINTS STOUT 311 M
CRACKKRS I s:
Tin. BROOKS PBACBB8 (2'il l
I i,n
I OMII !NRI II MIl.K
.33
M
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
I II i: < o i. o \ N v II I
i. ii 41 i ii i i: s
ER8ATILITV...

...&*u
/
1 he Hillnun Estate Car is designed w lull,I a multiplicity of purposes1 truly versatile vehicle
catering for the needs of country and town adaptable lor business, social or recreational require-
ments. The spacious Interior provides exceptional roominess for passengers and equipment
and the new llillman 'Plus 1'ov.cr 'engine gives proved performance, reliability and economy.
* AII-.lrcJ Hod) (omtr,.,lpjn .Ni-w sl.U-d rlrifanl cimchnork Indi pendent front suspension
* I, lined lljdranlie llraLel ftasaW -pneM Unix drums Doul.lt Dipping Headlamp.
MllMAN ESTATE CA/l
COLE & CO., LTD.
DISTRIBUTORS
BARBADOS
CRAFTSMAN BUILT BY ROOTES GROUP


I'M.I I nl Kll I \
M \IH \U\Ol \ I I
SUNDAY, MAMCH *. UU_
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TCLCPHONC 2*
ton BAU
Dm
1 IV IT i
1
"in to
AuaTueS'tw'
taaaaatOMS On that BUn March l
U<" LnnlIB Tie fl.1*l brave*
bar lei* reran*-. ''

M lh* W"ii-i" OaB
Dr T A. Itow
UTOMOliYI
REMOVAL NO-
I*I III It S\l is
Kl M KM Ml
I on Kt.vr
, ,,t *. gm
.-Ah Or-r tr < IK'

DM sits *|m>
,-->,l ...r.fl:-
N JS-Se
THINKS
UtTII" \1TL-r the luidenurned be*
1hroi.gr, thl* tn.diuiii lo return Uiank.
D1U-1"
l
ELECTRICAL
_ PANSII and 1* l"*h
lie..>naMv priced Al* many atiier
.in* front
,,-randah. drawl.* and inm* '*~ ,J
U matin tUed baihtaeen with ****
nd larse W'l> "
liMit Front ground. * **
i m m*at um and uinraaiiniai >**
nd beak round, in f'fit "** -'"
kitchen gard-i.
Inepection t>r lMWi><""< ""h Mr*
!nyd R Aaron, i o K R Hume *
Lower Broad Wwl Pi
rot further part'
A r Mandavlllr. Ch.nl rtiurth Rrclory
dial SII M-ttn
any day Monday to
BEAMWe thank nil friend, who wni
wreath' and . mpaih aa U death of
our brother < --e BerTlnglew Draw.
Miriam Griffith AlKii Dranc
IN MEMORIAM
\ \VW l.l
loving "*"' of
an M.....
i on Anrfi l*t 1M1
}.rti.< UU
All who do the right
Holy Children tntt iha.l .1
In ihetr robe* c( white
For I bar Heaven *o bright
Ii
-JI!.'I ."!
ikwcll i mother
LMU UUU tlrnvthei hegmald Max
well ifaihen. Malcolm KaSwfi] ibroihar"
PajJlne Maiwrll (alaterr. The Clmwnl
AWOI \ IMK.MS
PRIVATE TUITION Shorthand- Ttp-
it g. Spent, h and Olimil
wnu IbMn* Bo. n BrtdoMown
Dial Jill bi**n t m and
d p.Ri
i' s M :
OKI &XCTKIC PADfT PRAV OUT
KmiGPtATOR *"" ,oot >^"
( ororr Dial *T '-*1
. rullodm
I **. Vandrrpool
la i u-m
HKMTIRF
I M Ii.n Oap Prom
lat A*ll. T\,l>.y funiiahvd 1 bdrom*
Vm |ond .-D-ili."( Ai .
(i di > -i la
rroni IM
Mm Oiaham. Dial lin.
M 1 M I I n.
I II". .(L.I
. \I11T COTTAGE .t
i i-.i. Fniiv liirnMbwd
iri 1
AUCTION
Thuradn
unsnuKE on*
' UMl
I hav* Man inalructad br tho *'i-
lun o l- C"h""
DeCourcy tw b-1l-t ...own a. R.H--
to i*\ bp 'nr W> by
n,y oWlcf Middle Bli
nnl 3rd April til 2 P in 1 arro H
M fta-J " l^i'd ' < !'' -" Knll. W 1.U'
buiiim on Unda of IW OrlflliM and
Rrlflrld Uraham.
A.- IW tQ.-ata laai ai
Moon Port. St Lucy on U> )
O" lB"da ol M(Dniu>l*l Am
. | u.rthri -..lh Ihfthatt*.
DAIICV A
. d

MOUUU. rilHMMlLll KLAT-wllB
i'V and Unan Good S*a-b.lM>
i i ..i!"'i.;.n Appf to Alma
L*.hU-> No. S Coral Sand.. WorHiinf.
I ll.n
LIVESTIKK
COV-4W Oray OurrMry and J"^
,,i c.H * Pt Uit rl< Ph.nn- 'M'
PVrftpV Tlirrr ,m.Ui-h.ir *?"
Mar rMppiaa iBitchw a w old pq'
:o waaK daira J ,n
SFAjn-tL. n'r-Camininlcilr M
li.taon. MITllhl. *t PHIUp J^^JJ
MECHANICAL
art CalrulaunB Mairhlnj
PPOPCRTV: In K-
>n. ronaliiina; a- a* PAamn fdM "I
UMl loaclhar *llh Uta omuM "!""
i iiioraon
propiv o, iha EataU ol D"-*!*
tr-T(irtn. ilnfKMKl Ti<- BBOVa will
,. twllllrn.
n,r ntlr* Jam*- -*tr*rt. un PT.da>
April. 1M. -I 2 p.. Tor Inapa*.
apply on tha pranuaat Tor turtnar
. -'iCUlU. BUI'.
ITVTCHP<*oN 1 HANrm.I>
pUmibi
M S U-Aii
IX'KNIIUtKD .. .; 1 llaaaall 1 \ :. ) From April lit. Pmaoa aooi )U an.
CimiioriaUla "MM IV.,;. St ..,.1.1.. -,ih l pad Ma M rrmlaaa 11 1 Id1.1.
ro r t.-i fatal*", Nala hraa Badroan w. Haad. Navy j;in 3UI ZB 3 W-Jn
NOTICE
TBNDEIt.t ara invttad
(hiawati

ba hr(d al Kentinflon oval on Ttmnda>
17ih April and at tha Inlrr*lonUI mart
Hui to ba hold Mi
Ml
TWtaBI
1
IUH aAl* N* PI I111C AIIIION
II 1 -l\* i-l April
At Lower Ma.
iha ttwl it> chaiwl immi*
(... i. -1 ll'lrourt" with drnwmf din
in* rooms. 2 badroom.. kllarrn .,.,
rloiat. wolar and ll*M. Ialvanl?a pal
'
WltNHPAT fad April
, ,.,. dCVMm Mm.- -t... I at I a
propariv callrd
; FREE YOURSELF
from the
BONDS OF
CONSTIPATION
ind dining
IV.ion. ic-il
nt land ana a nnu-
laiand'h. drawlntl
a badrnom*. aitahm.
nd bath and tparlota) ard p*r-
tl.r M
HIDNRIDAT tat tpii
At lat Ava Maria Uap. at a p m
I rhattla houaaa klichrn. rloaM. gatvanita pallnp and
lh,- other H II x I with kiUhen. cloael
at -.1 palinia
TKlUftAV ird April
At mv ornra Middle Utreet at I p.Pa.
33.000 aquara "el <( land
Nfw Road. Nr Golf Coura* Hits m
(and al Knlghl a laud
Weatbtiry Koad It baa a wall In il ahd
in table (nr kllrhrn onlrn AHo
7.330 >puai* t^t al N. i aatdaii.
IVAt"V A SCtJlT.
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
i Thursday 3id ApMJ
Htdaboard. Uauo

Pimples Go
Cause Killed in 3 Days
*..... '

.In ... I ,, Niio-

Nixoderm
r*r Mklm Trsufclci
FURNITURE
AUCTION
KINNOUL
Vlealai naataiai a< ala
HHiala Ended Hettra. Oval Tabla.
IW T-blr. K.tin.. Tablra.
llo. krt. !;. If
I
Wnncr Waaon. Drrwlna Table at
| .
All Ik. Aaav> la Maha(an.
] .
wood Chain sieii L-dd.i. Cxkp-
!.. l-urte..
.n>d Minor. HlM H.m*p. Pfcturaa.

AUCTIONEERS
JlbNV|.llla.pJaa,.
I- I O.
A F 8.. P V.A.
I'kaaa PIN. I'laaUllaaa Halldlaa
I'll. Th>- world'a flnaat inattor
...1..I. ..I .II l,![,, Oawal '' aTaTVIM
I IMaM V.iu. vahl.1* rtea.iv.. the bert
I null. 'found wbarev.r fine Ml
i >,tl W.ai.l
e..k.Ufnl Dt-Mcna
II W pa' vard. 41 wide
i. i Ania/lna B-m
STANWAV STnltr
.-II .
JV)U In
. II ,'1 urn AND STRAW MAP
I...I beautiful dr-iam ltrn.itlt> your
i'..... Aiailabta al Thjnl Broa Dial
MM. M3.U--I
I'HINTS Atii.ru.n Print.
an lor Houaa Coal. I
..'... a >tl Thanf-
i U t I i
itrrmc.HtATonOra m Eiuoiu
(eraatM Oil Krlrlaaralor. tn fl.
i'" ii> In pcrfact worklntl oidar
ipplr: Mra Keliti Wabalar, Haiilaona
laiilaUon. 81. Lucy IS I 51 n
StluES. l-ili. Whlla SlMMM and llaU
< Eailar. you o io thaw at Tltanl
Ina, Dial MM IB l.U t f n
SFP4W: Amvrd vaMardny 40 dLfTar-
HI liind. Fraah Vaalable Cardan aVaadB,
'ih>a*. Ban. Carrot. Lattuca. Turnip
Won eu- aUo M kind! Ho.ar Qaidrn
laada. Zinnia, Phlox. Pvtunla. Candy
'.,11 -U al PHl'CE n'r^TII* Kill .AH
I< >I'J4ADO Intainational K 41. Bat
.. r indlllon. ncrlletn aqulpmant. gouo
B*Md raoord. Coat fffOBM row aaaa
I Sra. Wiak. Trlaphaite a*
ia ii si t i
I
r ,
Ottna: Phillip* Battery
Itlon Old I
CapMap ltcd.1e.d In lb
. and Iron Uadataadi all
. ir.a* witn Vono Sprinaa and Dunlor-
lllo Matliaxf l
Waalkttanda: Painted Bid room PUmHiara;
, .. i .. i
KIl.li'K T-M~ l..,.'..
Stnva. Mhavt* of BvarlW, W.ilUba IMti
and olhei
Salt- II SoVlork T.
SK'NKER. TROTAN CO-
A tictlonet m
30 3 UIn
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
* Haad fU Philip
i A A I
U Mull- llolelown
radav imh Mr T A I
Dun* iik. WartMna
Ida lit p. Mi. I
Club '. ! .
I Adatn
IIIIMlt 1KMVIM.
All rank, will parade at


miniature ranaaa; Ihoar n
AlA rr.rH.ea
Band p, i ..ii Mond.
mal Thiiraila* parwln wef Monday
t \t
Tnvat Volunteer, who did
<.. .law par at Baal UU
at i.imi sru latOOTi
p| ip I.MO. open to all rank
CfJU Carter. U A with ai
iiRUlkl.. tll'IIIIR AMI ORDF-LY *RJFAST
I \PRII_ *
Officer UaAit
terieattl
TllK BARItADOK RIOaTeTeWT
i l \
FOSTLNOI _.
,. ^uariea.. D. I*"'^1
bat. Pie. Bourtvo. M lal^. Pi. Be.t. E 6M. Pie. Cran
O HB7. Pie Branker, K aal, Pta. a^Mta-MM. C. Oal
E. DaT
-' air o,Mted lo A
H i.' OUl. Tie Ward,
aft, ii,- Cfpirtiai N aM. Pta
.. k faW. PI* ii.ii.aan. C. tao. "'''-. L*
M. A TOO. Pl#. Wldthai". C C 70a. Pte. WoMror. M. 7M.
10ft. Pte Lot ell. A. D
i. i.ed are putted to II Company
M I. I) SWBWM-COX.
Ti
, .. lot l ,
Itl-el
Thurlay ITlh Mt-
Sweellleld. St Pater
Tueaday 33t..i M.
Sal

Eaar lit It Kit
HKANKLK, TROTMAN
All-11 mi i'. r>
* CO
n Hiu voihis
T. LUCIA
BEACH BUNGALOWS FOR SALE
TWELVE uui.iclivo wooden buiuf*l>>ws, -with about one Kie of
liind oach, on lh- Vigie Pt-nlnaula, St. Lucia. n close proximity to
ah (11 miles from Castries) are beinn
! nil .ii mlu al reasonable prices ranginK from 14.000 to
J7.000 (U.W.I ). fully fXirnished or unfurnished. Electricity and watcr
Bl laid on.
2 A substantial former Military brick building; in the same
locality is also being offered for ,ale at a price of $26,000 (B.W.I.).
3. No reasonable offers will be refused,
4 Inquiries and application* should be made L> the Govern-
ment Agent for the Sale of Vlgie Peninsula, Office or the (Commis-
rioOfsr for Reconstruction. Castrk*. -St. Lucia. B.W.I.)
28th February, 1#52.
fl.J.52.4n.
MARBAIuia flVU. MKVII I
-.," 1\ HUN
IllVISiON I
NOTICE Ii hereby men thai
kvn I of the B C * It
. haM an Monday lh* II".
m ad|oum*d until Tueaday. the lal of
April. IBS), to con.tdet
>|i Thror RraohK
Mr R P Parrta
ssra ai DtrMaai I are aaked
to mnk* a .prrinl rflutt lo attrnd i".
n-retim OM tSliSaaiy, l-i April, ertatoti
will Ire held at the Le,t i
i of VWtir. and Agrirulture
p i- coznot,
ifsa
am m
NOTICE
WIND MI'I-^KIIH JAi-Kirrti an AaO
lotin MM Oent< net lh*> si Thm
KfflS Dial MM Si 3 U-t f n.
IMI1V.MI
The publK are hereby warned a|a.....
a'^iiu credit lo ,< wUa Vllull.lA
tPfNcn inaa Blackmail,, aa 1 do not
.....iTaaaa i e.p..n.lble lor her or any-
i -. OJM contrntUna- any debt or ilebt.
i tinleaa by a written ,.r,l.r
.i *
dull* Hour.
Itoetmck Street
Wlla-Hi
'-',*,',','.-,'.',-,',*
NOTICE
l i HATLANI dea
t,,.na thai 1 ,


t. .r.ouid be m-
J C Hutaon. who <
ralad al Central Station.
TELEPHONE 4MM
III. I., I rbrl.tl.n rr.prl'l-ii
UENEJIAl. MEBinfANT
Office and Kealdence:
r.raer paaaaf. a Maalrr. Ran
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u I ..i... H....-I.... v
h.td at UM V M C A
Ai.....it 7 30 p.m.
All rlulh .
and Ihatr appiirati.
V M C A

i FRIDAY. 4lh 1
ins>es>sns**
lUlp liittbados to help iuelf
':' :
LOCAL INDUSTRIES
KARBAINIS FOOD
PRWDM'TS
in mt ..Iready tried
i .ii L. itl.. turecl Ham
ltacon. why not visit o*. .
counter al Messrs General
Hardware Supplies, Rickett-
SI when you are next In
tOeTIL
We can supply:
1 H lliimsS1.30 per lb.
Shoulder Hams
SI.10 per lb.
Butt Hams
$1.20 per lb.
Streaky Bacon
11.15 per lb.
Back Bacon$1.20 per lb.
FURNISH
IOK I AM I IE
is nearer than you think
HASTER Mi I I
rpMidt. Bedi. Cradle-. *'"*o0r*'
W>iatland> W up. t-"H and Hot
Ra>ruiS TAIVLES for DlnlS
Kitchen and Fat^y . I*rder.
Wi0>ni, Tea Trolwjr..
i.nard. Kitchen. China and Bed-
.., ,.t.i. ,-i- I ...i .
Ii DRAWING ROOM KIT1N1-
TUHC Riath Fiimiliire for Ultl*
end BidPIANOS Pram, Ice
It..tea Typewriter .'< ether Mc*
l -ill. ALL AT MONEY s.WINU
IflUCafaV
L. S. WILSON
Oxmii'; to uirrcney ro-
slritliiui^ thtg Anieriian
feed is liklcy ut he scarce
in the near future.
WhttliMilers Ketuilers
&l*(iullr\ Keepers would
be isi> lo itOCfc "p now
with ....
4.IUBONS
IllliS
al priies that defy com-
pt'liilnii triiiii ....
HAROLD 1'ROURRS
. III. LID.
PARAGON
ntnpM.ms Four Bedroom*, Dln-
and Llvlns Room. Pantry,
i Kitchen, and a very nice Study
ui"itn* on T". acrna _. _^
Sltunta near Sea we 11 Airport.
I*t ice veity reaaonabl*. Imperlton
by .ippointment only.
niMiAlAir
Rocklry Naw Road on appro*
imaielr l,OB0 quar* Icel ol land.
Mnpilfkant view includlnaT Clld
Couraa. thrre Bedroom.. Drawln*
.i.i Dtninr Room. Kitchen.
lyownitaln: Carase. Sarvanta
nin.li with Bath and TWlet. ard
room lor Laundry or
lllfaftlg, '
REALTORS Umited
HFAl. BeTTATB AGaWTS
AUCTION FXRS
VALUERA
BUILD IN O COt4TRACTOR
iai/lSS Roebuck Straet.
HrldsatOW".
Phona 4000
RALPH BEARD'S SHOWROOMS
LOWER BAY STREET.
!.
ao that tbrv nuts L, !*> v.
oba by the timer a I Meetln, _
M M- !ki A
jisi TO

i urchasr from
Thi T.< .
ids !i
If .
Modern Building, having a frontage of 72 ft.
I Ground 6.000 st|. ft.. Upstairs 5 800 sq. ft.
. ideal Business Investment, being Light and
THE BIG EVENT
OF THE YEAR
THE LOYAL BROTHERS
OF TOE STARS
L
0 -TV. V TH. X -t *:.%tl*10Hil M
P-'hvei the Goods at Your LVx>t
4'EVrHAI. K.MFOHID.M
Cornrr Broad Tilde* Streeta
Cool, nlre.t.ly Floodlight. Power and Light PoinU are installed
also Three T, .'
AvaUal .' for uac on March 31st.
ILABLE FOR USE ON MARCH 31st.
Bargain Frice j; I2.0U0, or can be Rented on 1, 2. or 3 Years'
Lease.
Apply ai Showrooms 8 a.m. lo 12 noon.
Phone 5010. Afier Hours 8657.
',',"* '.'.*.'.',e**,-,*,.
Carnival
OVEX FRESH' SEIIVICE
You can now gel
your grocer
our New Delicious 'SHIRLEY SWEET BISCUITS- from
or from the nearest shop at 46 cents per pound
Ak lor --smrii.fr.-. him I ii v Ta-elaj
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
fVi.
HI 1IIOS
CO.
a.r a, r.r.A.
t-OMTBEBEKan'E UT-
1NOS ALWAYS AVAIL-
ABLE.
FOR SALE
UOI.DFR* MOISX. St Jnnw.
An Bala** h*aa built of *"
with pUM ftoora -nd ahinsla^froof
3 recnon room,^ 5 **%*
uaual outbid Wins* The """'T
Vanda on appro*. 4 acrea of w
Umbered Und '"->'-
nad by a
cloaely ptarited
Tha- ouuundina
m -Hotder- the
1* alte which haa Ue
dvanuae of bams well awnaad
ihoffany i

with t
aides Coaai ta U
away and town ia aaaaaa
HUMUOVK f*t Michnel '
mellowed old .tone property t
the Coaat With (nod boat anchi-.iS.
and about 1 mile from anwn. witi
Sk arrea ol enclowed aaouno-. tb>
major paK ol it PV"}1*1 *
productive coco
tyMHooroa. sallerle*.
Soluble either tor
a..d fruit t
munuad uae
club i
boardins houar
CASABLANCA- Mas wall* Cdjaat
A beaulllul propeiiv arnbodl.lnd
the fUieil prr-a-r wo, kmananlp
WeU daaupind l"r e.-.-y '"nimui
wlUt S receplkin mm. a <*-
iii.-ndiih. kitchen, pjnirv.
aiorerooraa et. The land
M. 1 arrea *>IUl faawea *
le lardrna. pniducUre
i a> coeonut BTova One
ailed sardan may ba aold
aavar.t.ly aa a buildlna RM
'"lir tIJ St l-etar -
Ratate
IQlMU)
built of
atone with pampattad roof,
i. a dimns loam lanw .
wlih Franah window* leodln
lo tovared Verandah" from which
llwfe 1* an unobilmciad View ol
tha eea a ahort dUtano-
The 1 bedroarna an* larje and
airy, net haa IU own bathroom
a.th tub balh and Mol water
There ia ample ecape lor rmptoAe-
menla and modemlaatl.ai lo be
carried out without the properly
lo-in* it. Old World" atmoephere
jround. are approx 3*. acre*
well planted with treee and
njacHmr ahmba of all varleUe*
There ara a rarrUda-araya arid
rlsht o( way over tha beach with
.reellent belhlnr
"LTNCBBl'RO". Sth Ave Belle-
vtlat An attractive and well
proportioned 1 tora/ houar altual-
d on a corner alia of I1.SOO *q.
It CMlUlna S lallerlea (I eneloaadi,
tars* drawlna room, etody. modern
kitchen. S badrooma. laraga ate
Law figure accepted for quick
tale, owner totnf abroad.
WINDT MILL. Render \Tnia |
Ch. Ch. -Modem built buns-low
1 bedroom.. lounie. kitchen.
Sarnie. ervant* Quarter", walled
and Btandlnl on SOOO aq ft. Lai
In food ara* with unobstructed
i lew A by reaaonabl.
B-raptod.
UHIUTDI", SI. Lawrence
Spactoiii ftona built bungalow
with Bhlnale roof, very well plan-
ned with wide iref-andahl at fmnl
nd Ida, I aneloead saiiertea.
larsa airy lounse and dlnhu|
1 double badrooma. kltchei
panlry. S arvanta' rooma, i
nd OUllKntaaa The land la com.
pletalv anctoaed and there la direct
acceoa to the in with sood balh-
MOBEHN RISIDINCI Miixwrlli
Verv well buill alone hrnue near
coaat witti apaclou* drawing room
bavins French window* leading
lo wide roofed varandaM. dining
room. breakfaat room. flttail
kitchen. 4 double bedroom., ten'
Batrute. aatvanta' auartera and
private acraea to good beach.
Thut properly which ateo Inrlude.
a detached and rcadllv aalrdble
bulldlrui plot ia i.nVn.l at
XIJO0 or near nfler which figure
reprer*nu esttremeiv aound value
and carrlei our itronseit rorom-
BINOALOW. Maxwell Co.rt-
A well buill bunaalow with 1
iIn -..,.. larg* living room,
kitchen, garage, aervanle' quarter!
A pleaiantly located property for
COVE SPIINO HOI SB. St.
H A Moray houaa on
coaai with good ground* and In-
tereaiing poaaHillliiri. That* la
eacallent bnthinx from aecluded
and priv.le Bandy cov,
IN CBANCI.RY ich Mar low.
Modern well daaafiurd and
aoundl> hulll bungalow; on tha
c-i.an whara tr.ro u alway* a
coolinc brorre They. I* n larfa
combined lounge dining room,
kitchen with ar-rving hatch. I
hedioivma. built in (-arage ami all
MBl nftVet Open lo offer*.
-WTMDOVER-, It. Patar-A
olid one Morey itona re.idece
with ahirr rd roof, lately
I e naively re-mode I led with greal
cara by the preeartt owner Tha
houaa baa > wide roomy verandah*
at front and 4de. large drawing
room, aaparate dining room. I good
bedrooma (with w.ih ba.lnii
kitchen. Laundry, aervanta' quar*
tera and garage O round, an
over 4V, acrea with product!,.
orchard, flower and vegetable
garden*, driveway and large park-
ing apace for ear*. "Wyndover"
i' wall elevated
al-a.a benefit, from a breeve and
command* perfect view*
cctllna
MALTA". St. Peter-Modern
coral .tone houte of encopUo
nund coiutrurtioriaxleruuvi
modelllnaT and redecora tion haa
Jutl bean completed. Tha loufifo.
of ample dlmenaiot.*. open a onlay
wlda verandah* with moot at-
t-aclla -re view*. Tha three
bedrooma are fitted with built-in
wardrobe* and alao waahbaaim.
and the Iwo bathroomi have H,C
wator. KBChen .
well fitted out and are lupplied
with H/C wa"
...t
quarter*.
ground* of about _
are well laid out and lanced. Main*
and well water A moat de-irable
and nifhiy rrcommended property.
HID
RENTALS
ATTRACnVE r C R N I
oral Near Yacht Club, avail-
able June to Dec. iloclualvai.
MODERN rt'RNISRED MOt BE.
2?v L-*n* Immediate poeeeaakon.
OBEtsilXL. St Pater- Furnlahad.
NEB TON LODOB. Malwall
Coax -FunUhed. km mediate bm-
eulon
HHITBHAII. FLATS-L'nfuro.
'bed. early pinawaton
asaiDBNC*. i Mile ll,ll--Baau.
Itlully fumuhed, .wimmlns pool,
cloaa to tow... a.cellanl .tafl.
nvaiiauaa to approved tenant*
BIOHGAIE Unfurtmhad flat.
Rt.>- AvaiUble to appr'ot
anu from May to Nov.
XR'ALBS Wilde-v- AvaUabla
Phooe 4U9
Plantations Buildlna


-.1 MlW. M \IKI1 30. 1952
l \ll\\ \I)V(>( \ II
I'll.I I 111! I s
Government Notice
paooKAmi or nmnamor mam ravmui
MATERIAL
Importers of th* atltclcs as; out in the schedule attached hereto
.i ' I hould submit returns if their minimum
of 1B&2 and lit
' !M
2 The return should set out the quantities which it is expected
.ve to be imported from*
(I) The IT.S.A
:her sources.
(3) Ertimaicd stock a) end of June. 15I.
'i Return* should be submitted to this efflce nor Im.-r than rhe

aciiFni L*:
CM!** Steel ban
Other carbon steel liar* and rods (hot-rolled) die and
other
S Tons Concrete reinforcement bars (from new or old billets)
S Tun.- Iron bars
Carban Steel Sheet, rtate ad Strsp. hat *r rat*, railed
S. Tons Steel sheets, carbon, hot-rolled
S, Tor,. Strip, hoop, band and scroll, carbon steel, hot-rolled
l Iron and steel manufacture*, n.e.s. (carbon steel circles)
S. Tons Iron sheet*, black.
(UlvMlied Sheets and TcraeaJ.l* MummM
S. Too- Ottui nalv.mir.ed steel sheets
T Initiate
B Ton' Tmplate. electrolvtu
i arben Sleel Slructaral Shapes and mine
Structural shapes, plain not fabricated, carbon steel
BtatM piling, carbon
CnttaM terl 11*-, aatd TW*
I TDM Seamless casing, carbon steel
S Tons Welded casina. carbon steel
S Tons Seamless black pipes and tubes
S. Tons Welded black pipe and tubes, steel
S. Tons Welded black pipe and tubes, wrought
S. Tons Welded galvanized pipe and tuber
S Tons Welded galvanized, pipe and tubes, wrought
S. Tons Iron and steel pipe, n.e.s., carbon steel
S Tons Boiler tubes, seamless, carbon steel
8. Tons Boiler tubes, welded, carbon steel
Hire .ml Hire ITeducU
S. Tons Wire Nails (other coated)
S. Turn- Galvanized Wire
S Toils Barbed wire
S Tons Other nails and stnples cut Mate carbon steel
Other Mill torim *nd HrodurU
S Tons Carbon Steel billets, blooms and slabs
\llo> Stcrl Ran
S Tons Steel bars, alloy, cold-finished, except stainless
UM. burr, alloy, hot-rolled except stainless thigh
speed tool)
3 Tons Other alloy steel bars hot-rolled, tool, (except high speed,
I vi.pt stainless)
IJla] sirrl BaaaBj and Strip
S. Tons Alloy steel sheets, hot-rolled, except stainless
s. Tom Alloy steel sheets, cold-rolled, except stainless
Stateless Steel Ine.U. Bloeam. BllleU. Slabs. Tube KoutuK etc.
Thous Pound- steel sheet bars, and tinplate bars. Mainlt-s
Thous
Pounds Tube round*, stainless
Stalnle Steel bar.
Thous
Pounds Steel bars, cold linlshed Itattalaa,
ThOU
Pound. (HtKv Meal bars and rods, hot-rolled, stainless
Slalnle.- Steel Hire Rod* and Wire rTeducU
Thous
Pounds Wire Rods, stainless
Topper and Copper-Base Alley Bnssa Mill Pradaet*
Copper-l'nalloyed
Thous
Pouodj Copper rod* and bars (excluding wire bars and redraw
rods)
Thous
Pound
r ( ailed stria. rhaaahtH- Capper sad
Capper plalea. SheeU sad Flat
Capra-Nlekel strip
Thous
Pounds Brass and bronze pipes and tubes
Cepper-Hire Mill rradacW
Thou*
Pounds Cmufm irUa aad - ,.>n on]*
Other Copper Ware sad Cable
Thous I
Pound* Building Wire and cable, tlbrous covered and or jacketed!
Thous
Pounds
Thou-
Pounds
Thous
pounds
Pouno*
Alumlam
Thous
Poundi
Thous.
Pounds
Thous.
Pounds
Thous
I'.ill.ct
Thous
Poundl
Thous
I
AhiMkn*
Thous
Pounds
Thous.
Pounds
Building cable. -
Building cable, metallic, armored
Bulldlnc *rirfl ..
taswlaaad cofapa* wire, n.a.s
\
Aluminum bars and rasas, rolled
Wire and manufactu-e-; aluminum
Aluminum bars and lOdS, extruded
ITnmanufacuut nmurr and alui
alloy
Copper wire and cable, bars, except electrical transmis-
Thous.
Pound? Copper platen, sheets and strips
Thous.
Copper pipes and tubes
(upper Base-Allnv
Thaw.
Pound Wr. | ODM bare and insulated (including phos-
phor bronze) excepting welding oleclrodcs and weld-
ing rods.
Flrax- and Bronze Extrusloru.
Thous
Pounds Brass and Bronze bars. rods, (extruded, rolled or drawn)
1 Mi!> Sheets and Tint or Colled Strip. Phosphor Copper and
Cupro-Nukcl Strip
Tulies ;.;,d tubing aluminum
Aluminum she* I : corrugated shea
i FeU and Leaf
Aluminum (oil (less than .006 in thickness)
Aluminum or aluminum bronze powders and paste
Lbs. Asbestos cloth
Carbon or Graphite Products, i. -
Lbs. Blocks, bricks, shapes, artificial graphite
Nlehel
Lbs Nickel metal in ingots, 'tars, grains, rods, sheets
Zinc
Lbs. Other zinc cast in slabs, pigs, ir bit
Other Nan-Ferrous MiUh and Alloys
Lbs. Babbit metal, lead or tin base
Chemkala
Lbs Toluene or Toluol
Lbs Phenols
Lbs Reeorclnol
Penicillin
I \fi.'d |\,i. i
Jniis
\! M Tablets, pills and other solid forms
Units
Oxford BUxln syrups, ale., solutlnni and luananalona
Units
Oxford Other forms
Units
?ram Streptoniv-in
Lbs. Hexjiresorclnol
Jm. Copper sulphate or blue vitrol
Jm. Napthcnie acid
(ilvrerlne
Lbs 1.1 wet inc. rellned
Lbs. Carbon 'tetrachlorlde
I'.la-l-m
Lbs. 1 l.ullI'Mliate
sodium
Lbs. Sodium bu Inornate
I'hMphoru*
Lbs. Phosphorus, elemental white and yellow
AIM. 'i
WHEN YOU USE -
TAYLORS SPECIAL BLENDED RUM
iWllli Tae DMIarilve Hlvwl
You art sure of having the Be<-i
Try II and De Convince.:
SIP IT TO ENJOY IT !
Illrndrr* :
joii.x D. ta yum A sow i.i,i.
Special Offers
(To all Cash Customers) from Monday nisi March
o Saturday. Slh April
Usually
$9.00
STKEI. DEED BOXES 14
10" $111.00
18" ...... S13.IMI
...... 10" ...... S1S.00
J2" ..... $19.00
CALEDONIA WOOD
STOVES No. 7................ SM.(M>
"> 8................ $65.00
Sow
$8.00
$9.00
$12.00
s| I llll
$18.00
$511.00
-lillrln
BARBADOS HARDWARE CO. LIB.
N... IB Swan SI. Phone 2107. 4 lor, or 3534
PLASTIC
GARDEN HOSE
We can supply this in
RED OR GREEN
in leu.;ill of
.> ft.. 75 ft. and 100 fl.
nt reasonable prices.
Thin How is lonu lastm,-. easy to use. and easy
to clean.
SECURE YOURS NOW -
FROM
PLANTATIONS LTD.
>,*-'-*.*-*-*-*.-
'.*-'.'.'-'.'.*.',*
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INTEREST RATES
In consequence of the recent increase in the Rank of Enulund rate
interest paid on Savings Bank Accounts as from April 1st.. I > ,.'. will be
increased from M, per annum to 2' per annum mid interest earning bal-
ances will be increased from $2,300 to M.1MHI (all other conditions remain
i.m hanged). Kates of Interest payable on deposits lor fixed terms of not
le id.hi :i months or more than 12 months, will be advised on application
by intendinj. depoMlors. The rate of interest puyahle by borrowers on
hank advances will also be revised from above date.
BARCLAYS BANK DOMINION COLONIAL AND OVERSEAS)
THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
NEW TIMES! NEW FASHIONS! NEW SHIRTS!
RELIANCE
TIME Sllill I BAHMMAUOS LOVES
>'*'''r'>*s*'*',*f"*'.',*s.'*'.*+*s','.;;',','l'r'.
COSTUME
JEWELLERY

A new shipment of this attractive. UmmiallHI
JEWELLERY uTCaB Czechoslovakia
penct
IIHINESTONF VICKI.VCFS included.

LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Uolloll I 'Mi
' Phone IMf
Aquatic Club <.ifl Shop
Thorn IS97
ATTENTION:
FACTORY MANAGERS
\vi: CAM MTri.Y \ iri.i. BANGS
FROM !. m I
STKAM P1PK
FITTIM.s
l. M \ \NISF I'IPE
IITTISt.s
sntAM wnmNO
ill. TVIMs Ml Kl PAI KM4M
GLNFRAL
HARDWARE su
^ NGKaTR STREET (Opp
PHONE 4018 N
',-.,,,*,,'*:'*'**: '*;*,'*', ,-,'.'.;
w
NOT ALL THE TAINT. ONLY THE BE^TI
Paint Is one of the big Items In
Builders' Hardware and wo always
will be O.H.8. for the best; B-H
Paints are rliht there, and here
A. BARNES & CO.. LTD.
FOR
GENERAL EMilM! ROOM STORES
including:
111 I.TlNt, in Leather. Camel Hair, ;uul CaJIYaW-lHIdn
III IT FASTENERS, on. CANS. PRESSURE GAUGE
GALVANISED A STKAM PIPI .v. FITTINGS
FILTFK CLOTH, WHITE COTT4IN TWILL
si M \i.(iil> mil linn M \stk 11,,, lli.il.i Walk)
i NGINE. CYLINDER 4. motor oils and GREASE
For "EVERITE" ASBESTOS CEMENT RIMHIIM; A
SDMI caps
Send your urder> lu -
THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD.
Phone: 4S1K
White Park Koud
. '^^V^^.*.'^.'.'--
FOUR FACTORS
that
(pAvtzct
lfjouh aVc:
Aik lor Emo Elba Motor Oil. the best oil your money can buy.
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PAG1 SIXTEEN
-I NDAV ADVOCATE
MAIHV M MICH 3. 15I
PROPRIETOR!\OTGUILTY Self Help
Enterprises
Hold Meeting
Mr. J K. T. Brnck*r. M C.P
Th' Ilortiritltund
Exhibition
v From Pagi no wttnMi who H would
case ol '" i not be iUucrrous to believe mylhui*.
hM, uiyt lo ia* propose to io into JL Mr.
to get Walcult did it dmirablv. Better
witnesses than I could do it. And Mr. Reece
men went ha* admitted that. I do not in-
tend to go into
An AcoUt I I y<* lhis ***
o i- one accept

,.im the
tabbed .
11 a
Pndomphizc, cnticiw. admire!
The Flower Show at the Drill
llitll v.-nue provided wonderful
scope for two of these ll
ets of the normal conversation.
t but I will tell w*. ip-elected to the B>*rd of Criticism wan at a record low.
befort vou can Director* of Soif Help Enterprises Besides, what could anyone crit-
anylhin* Millmgton tell*. Ltd. ui thfl .innual awncral meet- |dse? Wo thought W* did hear
n will hav? to flcrutinlK ing of the company on Thursday a pn.irisairal comment about
".'.''. .1, ,.,i:. I-- !V"!vn'( very v.i) <:ui-;.iii;. at thv Children'* Ooodartlr X"fu opaalng Un exhibition 01 Bund*]
. lMd i- YOU may come to the conclusion Luildlng. Mr Branckar was the Bul> wnal h,rm- Was lhe. nW
was .tabbed that you cannot beliav* any tiling only director who rgflred Jcwiej a ,Iiy,le,y, indeed a sermon, In
,c force with he aa>'.< and if you come to thai the* const it uljon of the company PVOrj. uiooro< m cverv peUl even?
, no the other conclusion, you will have to dls- but WM "gibl* '<* J*f$'J?" Was it KaaU who musAl: beauty
man not guilt* .( murda*. not credit him. and will again be chairman of the Uu|n flnd (rulh bMuly pnd
''>- .... ,^.k. .i.--------#_____. B. Board that is all we naad to know' And
r.uiU>
i ll nd that in
Hit Lordship then referred at
wbeUie
V"".h; length to the cr.tk.5ms made by CK.-T Directors present were ich a least of beauty unrolled
lfl the l1*, reaprct of the (.vl_ Mr. T O. Bryan. M.C P. Mr. S. .self before us Our'minds waiw
,|U(.| oo behalf of the Lashley. Mr E. Layne. Mi G. de,l hack to the hot houae. -J
the Emissions and Foster. Mr Uyd Smith. M-C.P. EasterttoV ... oUbffi climelb*
tiessed by both counsel Managing Director and Mr. T. L. array of Easter lilies giant chry-
rcmlnded Ihe )uiy that it Harris. Secretary. santhemums. daffodils, narcissi,
* is the duty of the Prosacution The meeting adopted the 'cyclamens, aialeos. hydrangea*
ii to osublish bevond all reason- statement of account.-, for the year and all the icst. Here in Bnrha-
.hl able doubt and to their salisfac- and agreed to a rcromrnemiBtion de, ,. a show, not one whll
lat* tion the guilt *>' ,hp accusad. He that a dividend of ST be pici behind, of spring and ummn
,,,t re-emphasised the points of law to all shareholders. beauty at iU most ecstatic best
And n which he had earlier directed Th* meeting 6,' ^W'1 Oula'de. the savannah wore a
them and set out again the al- Mr. E. C Hewitt. Auditor, with b UI|CM.,| h,k_ .j^
u-iiig. N v.uU:
winter's killlnt
ii .iii ir
f : .; i.ml'v. Unless you '"'
- ,.,i that the *""!,..
"!?? *%?. rj^js
n, lh.it it something d.t- gP
There is no such evident "
n mi thmk that
whan thty came (Off
went into I
Ibed in his i
ineni. Ihtn I guilty
death m intal.
could i
. E. C Hewitt, Auditor, with
the thanks cf the company for d WMth^.
his voluntary service? during Ha ^ M
D,. Addi-asiing tne jury ror in j.. fmrt w produce a slmibir scene.
nrt the hour and thirty-live ininutes. His M u^d SmUh Majiaging Inside, there was spring-lovefar.
aS of strdcSg the blow In Lordship Ur*M 'hem tr, retire \^ company r^-iewed vibrant spnng-depicUHl DOjhj
., the natsion and sud- nd consider their verdict The ,,, activities during thn faces of the bloom* and o< those
u .-.r^. i0 the Court after J" "J u.lhng of ,uUlI(1 expan- who admired them. The shades
plans said that they hoped of colour and their various
you n, y uctober to have_ erected their nuances as one looked over thi
mans)
hen not gu.lt
;mg the blow in Lordship ll
passion and sud- "d coruia
^mmdT-ffi^SK d!^^Js^tSSS^K vzrsa&* >
you nnd that the mhsOod of '-n being asked by thef R**18'1*1 by October to hove erected
Reasonable IViiibt
the forcmnr announced a verdict
of not guilty of any offence.
Hit Lordship discharged
accused who was whiffed away
. i p ilice waggon which waited
utside the Court.
St. Jtmrph Round-Up
Manjak Mine
May Be
He-opened
NEGOTIATIONS are afool to
reopen the Manjak mine
' m< .. i. "i Park* Bt .luei'ii it
was Je. rnt yesterday. The Man-
l.ik mine which was formerly
owned by Raymond H. Emtage
was closed down many yeas ago.
for this |a"bles would defy description by
.. far advanced and construe- ,he most expert artist. Yes, tb*
,h_ tion would soon commence. island's gardeners were on theli
Th., wen, oUr pUm .hlcfl '"> "*"*
included the establishment of
the "f many long recount
rlivc local gardening- hieiarchy
hen- it Is to their pioneering spirit
their that the success of these exhibi-
relatives and
shares In the company
Glancing over the name
And
ASTHMA MUCUS
Dissolved first Day
B
h sagwr.1
I T*i-i.iu dorlnr4-irx'if
lair. ir>nH>Bh (h-
ln 11 itn.-ha Tfc *'y HrM d, in*
ln>Mgl>n> iniuM* la duaolvM. Ihut
! i,k- vImu.i. u.,,.
!>.. S1I.NI i> riea rn.m Aaihma and
' >'* *urfaMsi iar
' N a* lMla>ltul
thai H . lu'inM iob.v. |
ihifir in n houra and la
- A*1h*M IftSiliN-
av nuHH. M.k in raliira oT cniptv
iChac nat H
THa flvsrantaa ptaiacii >a.
BE WISE
BOOK
Hiiii.r & Hr Slow
gihn p.iis hoi hi
on ntiDAV APfcii. . itsa
oor Sti** Bj Minfy Bog.r.
>^.IH Aiwrnan VartIira .
M Kn.i and thr Ho.>d Ho<
foa. i Acrobat, i !<* Trot
Dance Cuntaa* Prua-a
ale K'llk laaaaktll a i
...... *
4*l*IOS B

4 noiiipv rrnn
Burnar
ta> to k<*p clean, Eron.
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NOTICE
THE DANCE
which was to have been
held by
CI Al mi S T I.JWIS
on Saturday Mte. May 3rd
un
at yl-EEN S PARK
has been extended to
\u(u*i 2nd. ISM
owing to unforeseen circum-
MJ
Mr. Smith appealed
shareholders to lake an
part in the business md
over possible to induce ...
friends to take tions Is due. On and on they go
from one high standard
If in i
of murdei you should consider
Ufly uii'tied
it into him, saying. -Now I got
,f you find that the evi-
sny thnt
it is murder, If jrou hv a rea-
tlnubt and you think It
would ba .i gravg thlog on the
evidence n* vou have it to come
I the conclasion that h<- pushed
the kmfe into Qm ccusad dehb-
t tending to kill him. If
tfid about that, he
is not guilty of murder Ukd ym
i ifhter. in
considering manslaughter, if you
say the provocation was so and
n one side and so and
the oliiei side jnd you have a
reasonable doubt, then, say not owpW
guilty.
If you arc considering, the
question of the blow on the head f-^-pHAS msPIIAM a 17-ycar- Week in Barbados for the firs'
^V*"? flTT,\i*n ifyvm.adn *~* ,liu '-hofmaker of Church time on Monday. 14th April. ra- fo; example.
iSS^^oSSSn JtlStAe- VIW got into difficulties while During this week every invited ^^^ ^ lt a ,all <
5!a Jx ?.^ .,, douhtrTi -not b .thing about 24 vards trom member of the Movement-Volf of whBl wc mcan.
, n-,. and you ar. aoubtful not I fUlhshvha on Thursday Cub. Scout Senior Scout Rover Prwlucllons flum the f.
The matter now In ih.s ca.e li morning He was rescued by Scout. Cubmaster. Scoutmaster ^ of g, Jonn nced
Inl' ni.HUl li"* id U1IB C*a" la a.!_._. hi > .-il r.mihlMimwwill I.C miller- r %m--------,,._... u
the flsht and how it surted and rTJnewjr >pham, hi
in considering that you will have *M I rmher. Chcpha:
to consider the the suffering
witnesses and vou will lemcm- cramp t
b M,,x .,,, ol the .luan Inilmenl and w dlxharmd. ^^V^^'u/wolkturuvahjip '>noi.
,,. ,n ..on.id.rln, Ihr ev.d.nc. J_ _* KyLffi^.'S 25SSaT^JSE.?!"S."^ " "" "^"""f re- OB? KT
The meeting befon
adjourned by thr Chi
with appreciation
which had been do
period by the Directors
SCOUT MOTES
Bob a Job Week
To Be Lcmnched
it was another. Barbados owes these
rman noted pioneers a debt of gratitude which
the work can never be repaid. Happily,
lone during the there are followers In Increasing
i umbers ready and willing to carry
on the good work. It was pleas-
ing to note that splendid exhib-
its from both the higher and
lower topographical levels com-
peted, demonstrating that even
in the less favourable sea-level
areas, keen gardeners exist and
know how to make the beat out
The Boy ScouW Association. ot a^y Snd sites regarded a*
loc3l Branch, launches Bob-a-Jou mtmirai to good gardening. The
17-year- Week in Barbados for the first dry exposed Graeme Hall ter-
>ll rep-
xampb
i voured
tui-i. mi-------- - ia,i >i " ' OOOaH-
22-ycur- and Ci-mmlssionerwill be under- Nevertheless, it takes en-
who wa taking Jobs of every description thtjastic gardeners to produw
attack of ^ an effort to earn money for th* flucn a varletal weflith as wc are
lor medical Association thus showing ti-i. atcu5l0(ned to from that area. Ii
discharged. Scouts can help tom*m*Bd conn,)U.s we lhink. th-t .n-dvi-
.ire prepared to work for that help. l.,.,u.ircmrnt of each kind
, and IM1IM- P'-VINO-riSH -.r. picnU.u Th Cor, a, .t,r,l in En- S'n,^ n' iroun ar,
evidence tn St- Phblp ror the past land four years ago and met
Remember: You won't he
looking us good to-morrow
o you do to-day. So get
vour IU
PORTRAIT
tjken by "Cheit Marcel"
Photographer (gradinv .f
the N.Y.I, i Now located ol
"SliveVton." Cheapside.
303 52 In.
G.F.S.
I THE ANNUAL SALE !
;' of ;'
J the amur J
;I nttBNDLT SOCIETY J
? will be held at N
THE HOSTEL
ft SATURDAY, APRIL 26th 5
N ftoui 30 p.m. \
i> Details later
*-'---*,-,'-'.'--.*,',*,',*-.**---'-*-
wuS
<>f these witnesses" and also" the three weeks, hut "sales were "not com de roble *
evidence ol M.llinglon who told encouraging as was anticlpat- cently tried In Trinidad
yST55 h. gVva ..vide, ol this td. r.shcrm.n from Long Bay Jamaica with much success and
long niatoO Ol ouain-1- and told the Advocate yesterday, thfere Is no reason why the local
light* and law suits. Thirty-eight fishing boats and a efforts should not find public sup
-,.*- motor-boat are fishing for St. port.
Careful CoiisioYriiiion Philip residents, but on many
"a tlcular exhibit that we special^
admired was that of Buddlelas.
This most attractive plant, s
I native of China, can be disappoint-
ing In wanner climates and at
low elevations, but the Toddi
The sincere and hearty co-oper- specimens were excellent.
MS Y1HR ItOttl # / i*V# W. >
We.c.in supply from sUck: -
GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS
8 ft. 7 ft. 8 ft. long
EVERITE
CORRUGATED
6 ft. 7 ft. ft. long
SHEETS
RED CEDAR SHINGLES
GALVANISED DRIVE NAILS &
DRIVE SCREWS
GALVANISED WIRE NAILS all sizes
MAXOID PROOFING COMPOUND
A black p'tle for stopping leak* In roofs.
WILKINSON & I1AYNES CO., LTD.
knmv Y.iM ?' a k ?1 on ' >c PxW'c is .am^tl/ thi. highland horticuluiral conlre
-*""..*CF iSSm ,"p '" d'."*n,1 P"'"1"" xo* .olicittd and lo cnr. lhB it will w. can only ulfett. H it hM
"Sfif^.iH? m.l iVVrHo.. '"',l- ""? ?^l',,'* ch'*"" ,h"" beour policy to publish trom now already "t a plant, to onqulr
I I.", th. .."...' '""'" "1"1- on untilthc actual Wc^k of Work Bermuda (or the yellow Buddleui.
ol "these Ihr.. I "III A, foul Bay IB boats no ut bits of Inlorrnation with which the it flowers in that islanland some
I ,k al ll very carefully. ,lall, tnd r?tu,n with encoura,- public should be familiar. year, ago we oWjinrd a gaM,
s&d10^ S Sr&iyriSK SsmcbSSS J^ssxrJ^i s
- -? ffjfiSSra ass ^^~^itl tsBA^-'K
0f the.. Jim An.;";:: ^.^^.^S^gss s*ir^u&sis'gi!s ^^"s^^^'^ias
U thf evidence and boa" JJou"' 'n '' > c'c""01* jobs of work should pay in M- u . weli. somP individual
ol -11 the witnesses. 5>' rtv,n J* e ,ev,mm* eordince with the worth of die 8ueclnwn). of plants new to Bar-
vou will hive to consider all the J'*> "^k '" <"""tu>n to OUW job. Some lobs may be worth many ggg, whlch Attracted attention.
.arefully They k "ds of Ut One bag of llsh is shillings. whik. ,he display ot Conffeo al
,iu not connects in any way. approximately 650 fish and on the back of the hall provided
but you will remember in cross- auch occa-lons the residents get Secondly, every SrdXil ask rig |mu,llllUv .triklng background. In.
passing. It may be of interest;
perhaps, to mention hhat the only
Secondly.
for a job must be dressM i
Uniform of the Movement
Police Magistrate. A fisherman criticised the must bo in possession of a Job of -nriua| w#> did not observe among"
You will remember their de- Schedule prices of fish, saying Work Card duly signed. uie varied and COmPTOhoOslvd
111 tht t.x nnd from all "Fishermen should be allowed to Any one presenting himseli for m^rtrninl was Torvnio. Nor have
coma to .voui conclus- (tell their catches at prices that a job of work not in uniform :ni wp Mer, ,, jn local gaulms. ThlM
Ion. Mr. Recce has pointed out pI>a-r them, according to the not in possession of a job ot Work handsome, little bedding or bor
ItBgffJ changes a catches." Card is un imposter. dcr, pansy-like plant with Its
statement he gave before the Po- .. .- . ... Thirdly, no one house should be blue and violet flowers, txtmc },
Irate ii ll not enough rT0 8HINt.-BOATS bea visited more than onca unless by profusion, would be a useful
o condemn that vvitnesj unless
nsilINta-BOATS
cjuecn" owned by
Lloyd request. Kind-hearted household- acquisition. Native of indio. it I
himself OH MM polol Of anothe
and you should therefore scruti-
nise the evidence vcis cniefiilly
especially in a case such as this
Nnw the question of who is en-
titled to the land or not is not
matter for you. The great thing
is that the defendant had a right
to some of the produce of the
land or occupation of the land.
Fvidrnrr Criticised
Mr. Walcott husmSl the * "^ ('1 ""r,'"' ^'
evidence of Eulise Headley and , "t"d* ^r.a,^!^
Millmgton and as far as Milling- " "> be -een (In this case It
Ion Is concerned. I think you will man and wi'e).
of course Ihe difference in his Mayers and 'Unity" owned by era must not be imposed upon.
Vou will have Oscar Holder overturned in Ihe
to consider the evidence and re- gurf while returning to shore al
inemhei the differences drawn Bathsheb.; on Tuesday last. Sea
to your attention and say what Qtjeeei which also oveiturned on
you believe or disbelieve In any Saturday last was damaged,
witness. Before you can say he
Minly right on that point. lT*WO St. Josephs houses were
:i nave to scrutinise his 1 recentlv sawn in two part*.
evidence very carefully because Qe at Saint Bernard's Village
you Dnd a witness contradicting 1,1* been aspirated already,
while the other at Hortons Vil-
lage Is still standing under one
roof. At St. Bernard's the re-
maining part of the house ) only
threo sides of a shed wlti. no
top. and it is cccupied by a
woman. Nearly SOO persons
watched the division of the house
some were laughing, but mother
lm-i | wtapbag. Although
WEATHER REPORT
YEATERDAY
Rainfall fntm Codrtngton:
nU.
Total rainfall for month tn
date: l.ZS Ins.
Trmperalure: 69.5*F. (Mini-
mum).
Wind Velocity: 9 miles per
hour.
Barometer (H a.m.) '">>.
(II a.m.) 9.994.
TO-DAY
Sunrise: 8.00 a.m.
Sunset: 6.10 p.m.
Moon: New. Mjrch "J5.
Lighting: 6.3t p.m.
High Tide: g.07 a.m.. 7.11
Low Tide: 1..41 p.m.
They'll Do It Every Time -..- By Jimmy Hatlo
practically naturalized In Trini-
dad and Demerara. Aftci It-ing
established, it re-seeds ttaalf
reodlly and so there is littl
chance of lnsing it. SulUbly
arranged, the flowers make
attractive table decoration. It
listed in Sutton's catalogue. There
were some good specimens of
vegetables on exhibition, but
these, like the foliage plant
the lawn, were somewhat dwarfed
by the outstanding excellence and
number* of the flower section.
This review would not be com-
plete without reference to the
care taken by those responsible
for the staging of the exhibition.
They can foci that the time and
energy spent were most fruitful.
and greatly appreciated by the
large number who attended. We
hope the ameers of the Society
will be kept busy during the
next few months enrolling new
members of an organisation which
is doing so much to spreai
beauty, pleasureful activitiy and
garden knowledge in this island
community.
OPINION IS ALWAYS DIVIDED REGARDING
THE SOLUTION OF WORLD PROBLEMS
BIT
THERE IS ALWAYS UNANIMITY WITH
RESPECT TO THE
high quality of
>iaffi:i made: si iis
QUEENS COLLEGE
ENTRANt'E EXAMINATIONS,
1952
The Entrance Examinations for
the School Year beginning 16th
September. 195Zr will be held at
Queen's College-early in Jure.
Parents/Guardian* who have
not already done so, muM write
to the Headmistress for a "Watt-
ing I.it" Form and return it
(duly completed, together with
I the girl's Birth Certificate, not
' 1-ter than Thursday, 1st May,
I9S2.
Applicants must be 9 years old
; by 2nd September. 1932. The
only vacancies are for pupils
aged 9, 10 or 11 years,
ORIENTAL
PALACE
IIEADQCARTERS FOR
KH -VKNIRft
FROM INOM. CHINA A
CEYLON
THANI'S
Pr. Win. Hr. SI. Dial 3466
" yu tiiiudhj fixes !o
on Ballon have WBAtfUunq
9 nsed in CfoiheA."
Thr Shirt
by Consulate in
pleasing pastels.
Tht- 11, It
by Eldonia in fine
leatherclip fastening.
Tli,- S|urk<.
by Rice's in tail-
ored Gabardine.
Woollen Hose
Morleyshort,
elastic tops.
by
C. B. Rice
J.T- J. I. Ii.illl
f to. Taflaara
She's lovely
she uses
Coty
BEAUTY
PREPARATIONS
PACK POWDER in Boxes. Each
BABY POWDER in Boxs. Each..................
BODY POWDER in Tins.................................
LIPSTICKS. Per Slick ..................
ROUGE. Per Box ............................................
BRILLIANTINE. Per Bottle .................
COMPACTS. Each ......................................
SOAP -n Boxes of 3 Cakes. Each.................
S M
2.40
.96
1.50
.84
1.08
, 1.84
2.22
Cave
Shepherd
a CO. LTD.
10-13 BROAD ST
j Win. FOGARTY a**- LTD.
'I FASHION
I COMES ON TIPTOE
IN THE NEW LOW CUT
ARCOLA SHOES!
Lilting, lighl and-lovelv Spring Creations
. . Cleverly slyled, with Closed Back, and
Toe. Spike Heels ... in Blue. Brown, Black.
Suede and White Nu-Buck.
HOME IS A HAVEN OF COMFORT
WITH A . .
MADEIRA WICKER 4-PIECE
DRAWING ROOM SUITE
They're Attractive, Comfortable, Economical.
The Prices range Irom $57.00 to S103.00
per Suite
Less a special 10o discount during
month ol April.
MADEIRA WICKER CHAIRS SI3.S0 to S25.00 ea,
a
FOR BABY'S COMFORT PLUS HANDSOME
APPEARANCE
For ease in handling and years of wear,
GET A PEDIGREE OR TANSAD
; BABY CARRIAGE AT FOGARTYS
LINOLEUM
FOR THE FASHIONABLE LADY WITH
A FASHIONABLE HOME
NEW SQUARES 72 X 108
90 X 108
108' X 144'
Width by ihe Yard : 27 36 72 108
JUST RECEIVED ...
4' 6" IRON BEDSTEADS with Springs
;: S33.94 ea.
5
3' and 3' 6" BEDSTEADS with Springs
4' 6" COIL SPRINGS ............... S20.49 each S
I Wm. FOGARTY LTD. 1


MAJOR ACCIDENTS CLAIM FIVE LIYES
Four Die In Tank:
One In Bus Mishap
Twenty-six Injured
TWO major accidents claimed Five lives yesterday.
Four men died in a concrete vat at M. ,.nt Gay Distil-
leries, St. Lucy, at about 830 a.m The vat, which is used
to distil rum is '!*> x 13 x 12 feet) and holds 13.000 Mai-
Ions.
One woman. 33-year-old Beatrice Foster, a hawker of
Rock Hall, St. Andrew, was killed when a 'bus overturned
at Spring Vale Hill. St. Andrew, at about 1.30 p.m Poetei
was a passenger on the 'bus. Twenty-six others were in-
jured. Some were taken to the General Hospital in an un-
conscious condition.
The victim* at Mom:: Gay were.
ALLAN CARLVI.F NORVK .1 or know
carpenter of Hnrris', St. Lury:
NAMt'KL < I.AKKt: (51), .. cooper, of Indian Ground. St.
Peter;
(;i vm: OUENIDGC 1U1..1 labour)
i.vstal OltiFNincr (st). labourer and ;, comb *
who is ;l resident of Row Hill, St. Petei
DAY OF MOURNING
An expression of grief was on the faces ol many
Sieople of St. Lucy yesterday. It was a day of mourning
or them. The death of the four men was the topic of dis-
cussion at every street corner, under trees, in shops and
in cane fields.
Over 2.000 people gathered in the yard at Mount Ga\
Plantation. Weeping parents, relatives and ti h Hi
with the crowd. They wrunj; their hands, moaned and
spoke words of praise about their lost ones while sym-
pathisers nearby expressed their regrets.
Thil is the second catastrophe within ten years to
come to Mount Gay. It was on June 19, 1942. when tin
late Mr. A. F. Ward was Manager, that the Distilleries
was flattened by fire. At the time of he fire about 20.000
Kallons of rum were in the vats.
Lystal Greenidge, one of the men who died yesterdav.
was slightly burnt in the 1942 fire.
Mount Gay Distilleries is one of the oldest in the
island. For over 100 years it had been manufacturing rum.
Very little work was done at some of the surround-
ing plantations. Labourers walked from as far M Weld
Town and Nicholas to Mount Clay yard.
As the lorry, which took the four covered bodies from
the Distillery to the Mortuary at District "E". pulled out
of the yard, many people ran behind it to gel their las'
glimpse of the victims.
The vat TrTwhich the men died contained M inches
of molasses. It has a depth of 12 feet. At one side thai 1 I
a pipe line running over the top. I' is through this line
lhal the molasses enters the vat.
ONE' CAME HACK
Twenty-lhree-yenr-old Hazel Edwards an >>.
who narrowly escaped death, also entered the fateful vat.
He told the Advocate that he went into the vat to see il
he could assist Lystal and GftyiM Greenidge who were
then inside.
Telling the story of a man who came back from the
iaws of death Edwards said' "I was in the centre of the
the distilleries when I heard a shout. Some ont
screaming for "Help. Help 1 went m the direction i I thi
ihoittlng. When I got over the vat I looked into it and saw
the Greenidges. Lystal was lying in the molasses while
Glyne was holding him around the waist. Glyne asked mt
to help. I climbed down the stern stick which is in tin
corner ol the vat. When 1 got to the bottom of the vat '
was only able to touch Glyne Then I fainted. When 1
regained consciousness I was at the (op of the vat."
A RESCUER
Fitzgerald Agard <49) was the man who saved Ed
wards. He said: "I followed Edwards to the tank. When
he got to the bottom he began to struggle as if he had a
lit. He held on to the stern stick while I shouted for help.
Others came and we pulled him out."
"Clarke and Norville came into the room Nnmlle held
on to one of the beams and went down into the vat Hi
was closely followed by Clarke. After a few seconds thej
too began to struggle Rufus, a chauffeur then can i
the scene."
Rufus Austin said: "1 went into the vat I 9
two steps from the bottom. My hand could have touched
Hawker Dies As !
'Bus Overturns
DEATH tame suddenl\ and quickly to 3a-year-i
hawker BEATRICE FOSTER of Rock Hall. St. Andr ;
when the motor bus A-66. owned by the Rocklyn Bus G
and driven Ify Cyril Springer (45) of Spooner's Hill, .
Michael overturned while it was being driven down Sprii
Vale Hill. Si Andrew, about 1.30 p.m. yesterday.
iLYLIk i-i-i lUU labour** al
UaUtera, Si. AUnw. ^L
.
injured *"*> uutcn to Ihc General
HotplUu, ""' mi on unconscious
condition. Sevan i I
ii lulling the driver.
takon lo
.ung Room.
net Foster, who leave* a
Ung in one
. -i oat. .: th<-
i tin? incident oc-
curred.
Surrounded by . dated crowd
and wrinmnK liw hands, Cwlvln
toslcr
irk tbii
inorniiiK lu g>> U>
how 1 felt tliitt something was
going to happen to her. Then I
heard thai she wu 'lie Only one
bus acvidcfH on the
hill "
Hrrhcrl Nlchell* Of St ThnnuM.
the conductor ol the bu&, ^ud ii
lied quickly.
All HM Mew, the engine and
teen rug column were damaged.
I the bus was lying .
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rights in nanebt. when k
Woiship Mr. O B. Grifftth ar-
rived on the scene to view the
dead body of Beatrice roster,
which was later removed lo the
St .Thomas Mortuary
Hired wore:
WABJtlN IKIVELI. () car-
penter of Trli
Andrew.
OI.IVE BOWEX (SSI labourer
of Demillna Village. St.
Andraw.
lilt)
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UUK1S BLSt (Ja) UUwurci
llR4lb. St. Andrew.
JOHN tl.AKKh (&) UImumV
of Bruc Wle. Si Am*
>i i r i h l t.Kiiura
OionUu) uf hVltaplalne.
I.LOKIA UUUTITII U) <
BeUcpUUB*.
OKKALMNI HtADlXY (U)
labourer of Lake.. SI. At.
drew.
IMOIATKA 1111 I. ,) Ii
buurer of (orbln's VilU.' .
St. Andrew.
HIRYL JUKDAN, labourer <>l
Chalky Miu.nl St \mlr
KlIITIt JURI1AN k21> laboui
cr of n.i....-i1- bl \inii
IKVINt I iin.l I 128) labour
er of (or bin's Village. Si.
Andrew.
LAL1TIA MARSHALL (It)
hawker of HellrpUUM.
HILDA PHILLIPS (W) 01
Domini- ViiUtr. St. An-
drew.
CYRIL SritlNGFR (451 (U--
but driver of Sanaiu-r -
Hill. St Michael.
MILLKLVr BIDDER, labou'-
or of HeUcplaloe.
NATHANIEL 1:1 inn it <4l>
labourer of llrllcpUlB*.
TARM1NE WARD (19) of Cain'
Garden.
II. MM WORRELL .Ill
Shorrv* Villa**.
on P|e 3
17 MOUNT GAY
BASEL mWARna (tiitho thr nun who r<.rp#d the
Mi. I1.11I an inifiMUm Mery to toll. He went
nto the rat to *ave the ureenldKri but he In turn had
b| Hrte by ..'I'lli-i i:
RelaUTf.i and frlPnd* (blow( crowd srotmd thr
lorry with four revered bodlea on Its platform They
UV letUng a lait glimpse of the victim* before the lortv
lesren for the District T."" Kortnary
The crowd (second fiom i',>ttoin) lit Mount Oay
..'stlon yrd numbered ovei i.noo People came from
u far as Nicholas and Welch Town. Bach face bore an
expression of grief. The cans* (barkgronnd) were not
ealrtwl to the factory a> people, who ware interested in
rn Incfdetit. did not won.
Mr. Lisle Ward (bottom*. Manager of Mount Oay
DisUllerles, was preparlug to outer the fateful vat One
Of the mum*. "Ban" NorvUlo, went down htfore Mr.
Ward could do so.
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l*rovinn*
Of Canada?
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miii-ii United Prssaa
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St. Joseph Veatr)
Elect Cliurcliwardei^
Mr It A Lee, lael vi...'-. Jumui Jdteph '. ippwiied Churchwarden by .1 fl
mniiitil> .ii .i Vistry meeliiin yi'stenlav. Tin- mhei persi
who had been nofnlnttef], nr. Qoodlnf, nrai tin- Senioi
Quardjan lasi veitr
Four If's
Quil P.N.P.
Low Grade Cotton
Goods To Cost More
; 1 iNDON, March 31
Tin-1 ide cotton pid
nwdi in the In 1 ed H in boy frow
itfketi
Ti ii 1 tl Be I "i ol turthe) ki 11
porl > cloth tron Jepei nnnounceo"
during It tweel C ^ I ite on the textile Industry,
The suepention was one "I tjn measurei propottd to com
hat Brltain'l textile
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ppointHMnt of Mr. Loe salp
Ihitl Mr Lte MM man of in-
bBlllgenre ind m .i young mem-
hould Im liven > h
Churchwnrten
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would b villini;
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Hi- iinii nothing' i
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thould have a certain numbei
yearn' experlenre As lime w*fi1
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-nd would get a chance I
I' wax the usual practice in ill
tha otnei pan ha thai aSa Bern
Memtier he noini'.

Mr Br;mt-li who
1 ha srauld .'U''1*1
tl it Mi flooding had
bul
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had to In- Churchwarden.
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inn. rrank Hill
linn and Arthur Kanrj
from UM P pli
Bundaj aftornoon when
Bjajettl eoaJereOM of thv parly
Marxist charges by the tribunal
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the and of Uia aacond da]
1 ilenl meeting In a/hi
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.1 Iml 111ftir-a in two in-
jured as the gnll'-i 1 '
boHMa Into tho
UM dacuion arai 1
tha *"'' by 128 tu 75.
Manley led tha taova i\, oual
thn four H's While K<-u Hi
group anjuin
tfhleh was that they icrtign or be
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ihus making It m
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Vale Hill. St. Androw WhUe overturning the roof of the bu fg
Andrew was killed on the spot.
Twenty Mx including the driver Springer, were taken to the Qenr
of Beatrice Poster who died on th saot.
taaataad tn-
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md talthfuri) 1 Junk
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Mr CO*
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Chandler and ft inch; -
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Pew Rent Commltt-e. th> Ruu, Ram.
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. PACK TWO
H\RB.\nOS ADVOCATE
niCSOAT. APRIL 1. MB
Qahib QaUhiq
RE\\ W. K. TOWERS. B.A.
B.D.. of the Mrihodim
Church, arrived v*sierduy morn*
Inn Of tno CbIsiiibU from Eng-
jn.l where he had bcon uii on*'
I furlough. He ha* now com*
to take u*> an appointment M
Superintendent of the Jamr.
-fipciRhUtown Circuit.
He was accompanied bv his
wife and three children. On l"*rd
to meet them were Rev. Frank
Lawrence and Mr. Vincent St.
John.
I Wore jolng up to the UK-
Rev Tower* had worked In Ber-
Vlncent Bnd Trinidad
the Me1hodit Omul
nrSrlay evening at 7.15.
there will be a welcome meeting
:>t the James Street Chinch fol
Hcv and Mrs. Tower*.
Retired Schoolmaster
MB. AND MRS. B. L. STEMP
of Bournemouth. England
are now i Barbados to M-ttlc
They arrived yesterday morning
by the French S.S. ClemMa and
are residing at "Wasons". thr
(i m St. PhUlp
Mr. Stemp was formerly head-
master of Ford End School In
t helmitfoiit, Essex.
Africullurai Assistant
MB. W. A MCMILLAN. i
civil MrvWrl of Trinidad
who Is on six months' leave, ar-
frcgtl the
ITnltoi Kingdom by the Colon. Mi-
stier spending four month- tl
Ha W$ arcomnanie.i bv hi' wife
rag) H i 1 DS) rtflMtBlni here
fur nbout two weeks'
Mr and Mr. L. U Oiltens
of "lOmvtiia." C-'llymAre H<*-k
V tlUan who hi Agrirul-
ttirnl A'!*t:,nt m the IVmrtmen"
>' gciapea ;nd Aarfnillure said
thai he intend* snendin the ->-
rminHcr of h (sag the
various island- In th- area
Honeymoon Couple
MR. AND MBS. MEKOIAN
l.riS of Caracas, Vene-
zuela who were spending their
honeymoon in Barbados staving
at the Ocean View Hotel, re-
turned home on Sunday by
B W.I.A. via Trinidad.
Mr Luis l> Inspector in the
Agricultural Department m
Caracas.
Divisional Manager
MK H. ASCOUtJH. Divisional
Manager off Messrs Cable
and Wireless, left for Puerto
Rico on Sunday morning by
BW.l A. on I .
Visiting the Island*
Of VflH JAMES FAIRBANK. For-
W1 i :gn Bepresentative of Pepsi
Tourisl Attraction
MR. and Mrs. Pete Rovtra
Puerto Rleo who werw
Barbados for a short holiday, re- Cola in the Caribbean with head-
turned home i.n Sunday morning yuarters in San Juan, arrived here
W *' -A. on Sunday by B.W I A. from
Mi Rovira who was p.ving his Puerto Rico. He was accompanied
first visit here said that It was for by his wife and they will be re-
IsM purpose of getting sn imprra- munir-g for a short holidav be-
' what the island had to fore going on to some of the < 'Her
..fTVi for the benefit of ta|sfa*U elands.
T^aST 52? 'rn.nv" BU OW * Trinidad
R.cns travel to St. Thomas from \f" VER"" KNIGHT. Man-
their countrv for a short stay and *"* **" of *** 0|1 Department
also do quite a bit of shopping. r **** Dl Co,t" Co-- Ltd
Now that he has seen the i- and '?" f"f Tri*d on Sunday by
ondition.for himself, h.
IIWIA
id that Barbaito- c*n offer more On Six Months' Leave
Kg than St Thorn i, ||< VfISS SHIRLEY BACCHUS,
hopes that his short visit would be 1" Civil Servant of British
>f grert benefit in this respect. Guiana attached to the Public
Mr. Rovira who is President of Works Department, arrive,! he-
rs Tour- Inc.. Travel Iggg week by BWI.A. as* a
Agents of Puerto Rico hopes to holiday. She Is on six months'
set up ;t Travel Bureau hetwern leave and is staying with Mr
Ueo and Barbados, and Mr*. Creighton Birch of
Pkynes Bay. St. James.
Intransit
Film Unit
pit.Ms produced by the Barba-
MONG the passengers arrtv-
TV ing here yeslarday morning
mtransit from England on the
t issbsbssbsi taansawal hi -
was Mis Nat Kansk I. U> .1
Dr. Kanskk who came out from
the U.K. early last nwnUi i kak
up an appointment as sassssical
( St. Lucia
\.rski is staying at the
!-,. NoM
Station Officer
FTER spending two weeks m
of the I' s \ rvAufntd on **" Barbados. Mr Tony Ramal-
Sunday by IIWIA. via Trinidad ho. Station Officer of B.W.I A.
after spending about three and a British Guiana, left for Trinidad
half months' holidiy here with on Sunday by BWI.A. tntnnwt
her relatives at Giltens Boad, Gov- for Canada on holiday and bust-
rnment Hill. She is the mother ol
clos Film Unit and shown
ta Die atobtla Csnasna all
rad eager and en*
i itowds. lairge number*
jit tend these films every rdgast<
The programme f.n this week
includes highlights of the late
Kings life and his funeral in ad-
dition to films of ihe Caribbean
After Three Months
#ltS LESTEIXE THOTMAN
Mr. Fred Jordan, linotype oper-
ator at the A* vacate.
U.K. Director
MR. and MRS. D. F. 111NK-
L1NG of Bishop's SUtrtford.
Hertfordshire, ware among the
IMSaengers making the round
trip from England lo Jamaica on
the Colonial* which called here
>ettarday morning
Mr. Bidding is a Director of
Donald Hickling Ltd.
From Venezuela
SPENDING about two weoks
holiday here is Mr. (Yirlos
Dlai of the California Shop.
Caracas, Veneiuela. He arrived
last week by U.W.I.A.. and Is stay-
ing at the Ocean View Hotel.
He came over here principally
to relieve Mr. N. Nlcolle. Station
Officer. Sea well Airport. He was
staying at Super Mare Guest
House. Worthing.
Mr. Punch Had a Pet Giraffe
But It Finally Moved Into the Zoo
By MAX IKH.L
wm\ you were a boy." Knarf.
thr Shadow, said lo Mr Punch, "dul
you ever have a dog ?"
'(>r cm?" asked llnnid.
Mr Punch, who was busy darning
a dote lit his socks with a long needle
ami two thimbles. Anally looked up.
.What Knarf and Hanld repeated thrlr
"Why yes." replied ,Mr. Puneh
with a smile as he stuck Ihe needle
In the Sock and took oil the lira
thimbles. "Whan I n b< I had
three pals. I had u dug IWSssfd Basfl
a cat named Angelica and a giralfa."
"A giraffe!" Knarf and Hanld c.
claimed In amaiement.
Mr. Punch':
A Long Sttk
"A nice gimlte with a long neck
His name uaa Edmund. I liked Ed-
mund vary much Sam the d"H. Md
Angelica the cat also liked Kdmun.)
very much. And Edmund ass *ery
land at lasn and Angelica, though
h> aeeei tild anyone he did."
"Why didn t he!" Knarf wanted
to know.
"Because." said Mr Punch, tl
mund couldn't say a single Moid
(iiratfescan't talk. Hut Sam and An
Srlica and Edmund were gicai
ienda )ut Ihe same. Sam lived In
a dog-house out In the yard behind
our house. Angelica lived In a boi
In the cellar. Edmund couldn t tit in
any house because of his long neck
so he stajed cut umlei a trea.
"Aldumei lime." said Mi Punch
roing m\ witn his slory, *\Sani had
ins dmiici out ot a dish on the porch
A' atkt hud hei dinner cut of a
saucer in Ihe kitchen and Kdmunri tooHutl"
had his dinner out of a hag lied I
t.ie chimney al the inn of the roof.
"Samltook a balh in a tub. An
gehea w| I t had lc -land nut in Ihe ran
When they wanted lo see what M
ihe wall. Angelica had to soueets
through a hole under it. Kut rd
mund Juit had to stand still and look
over it.
Sad Voles
"But one day." said Mr. Punch In
a sad voice. "Sam and Anaelira and
Kdniund a'l went to the Zoo. Sam
> ftlghtenrd
"rig oi
."Mm
the
id I hi
saw the lions and got;
ne ran and hid himself in his dog-
house. Angelica saw the bears and
got so scared she rolled hersrlf
into a ball in Ihe daikoi part ntf
Ihe cellar. But Edmund d.ai Ed-
mund-"
"What happened lo him?' Knarf
and llanid cried in alarm.
"Edmund saw another giiafle
with a neck ]uat as long as his and
decided lo slay In the ksa) And I
saapaSS he was right. Mr. Punch
sighed. "II I weie a giiatlc sun a
ry long neek. I'd slay in a Zoo.
as sorry lo lose him And
o were Saia and Angelica. Sam
harked fm atftfll duys. and An-
Kelira meowed loi several nighls.
But Edmund just stood looking over
Ihe Inp of his cage in lag Zoo and
d tin i say anything al all. Because,
as I mrnlionid before, he couldn t
talk"
CALYPSOES!
CALYPSOES!
at
CLUB
MORGAN
to-morrow
night
II' ii I i imiiI.iiIs most
ptipuliir Carnival
Singers in prrson

SMALL ISLAND
PRIDE
MIC.HTY ZEBRA
SIR GALBA
SPOILER
VIKING
Xdriiission
$1.00
11.1 1000 For RFtrrvitlon*
I COLONY CLUB I
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
The Culuny Club unitutiittt' (hut thc> will hold the \
lsu.1 oi their Wednesday Night dances uii April 2nd. ^
;I The riuh DasasMt will reewmmenco in June and N
5 will ho held on Saturdays, starling 7th June.
4.1 Olll
To-day Only. 4.30 & 8.15
A Double
"iiin *k%"
Richard Gregory
Widmork Peck
And
I >*% sl Hs.rra>w
Pcx Maureen
HARRISON OHARA
OPI.MNt. U/KDNKSDAY.
APRIL mi
The Screens Poremaat
rintertalner
CLIFTON WEBB
In
Ihe Housekeeping Money . .
Mow murh. of It does a good
husband need to haaal over
earh week U kea>s> Ida home
together . ?
By JAMtS LKANOR
TVOW much money la too
your ai
little monev to (1
wife every week''
Judge Norrls'a comment in
(..rmmgham Divorce Court lh-l
a 5-a-week husband who
gava his wife CS for houso
k the weekly rent of 10a. Sd. ST" .ill
out of it"forced her out of the
house" must stir the hearts and
minds of many married people.
Consider this extraordinary
eaaa again. The man said khat
when he married in February
! he allowed his wife C a
week housekeeping, and he paid
UM Saa. a week rent on their
one-room home S. he had 15a,
a week at the matt.
re thought her 3 too
i IsM left him Later,
Ibaa were teunited andwith a
I'hild as well !> now -ihe hus-
band still allowed hU wife 3
*'* i-kl hs>r
she would have to pay the IQa.
M it nt
lenuuked the lessened
jiHtge giving the wife
on the croutHl ,f tteeeetKin,
"reduced the amount a\aiUt raj l!lc ^.f, h.a h4d
3 hen lhe> ^.
thout the *dd\il
1
rasailv first
f~*AN anyune ri\ *, ,-s ive.,.agfi
having regard to the man's total
salary. If this kind of divorce
Is going to bseome common, all
women will start claiming more
housekeeping money
'Breadwinners these days
ually want to gne their wives
much money as they can
but there juat isn't any mote to
give, and husbands are eiUftied
to m>m* for fnei'iseit'ft.
"Surely we're not go.ng to
have divorces on financial
groundi now' This could lead
for divorce. It's a
worrying straw In the wind.
'Change the law'
NOW WHAT do the wives
have to say? Mrs Doreen
Oorsky .chairman of the Married
WoeiWs Association, married,
with two children of her own,
and two adopted children, ap-
proves of the verdict.
This
in brie*, that:
1"A HUSBAND should pro- I
vid from his resources so
that his fa- 'W can live as well I
aa ha does; iifid,
2 -THE VALUE of ihe work
the woman does in the
home as her contribution should
be recognised when there is any
surplus money."
Adds Mrs. Gorshy. "A wife
is Juat as much entitled to
pocket money as her husband
la."
-LE.S.
JAXETTA DRESS SHOP
(Next Door to Singers)
Jl'8T ABBIVEDLly CoekUII *nd lotion DrtaaM. Jaeq
mar Minn ud Saaarn. Tar. Uara Ma. lUadkrrrhirt.
I II crnu rub. Niloa Brkh al $t.IJ an. II.
Alaa ON *LE Nrlaa Slacktaia al lt.Se tar I pain.
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
IIRSDAT
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ISK
M. SI 1
"If it is accepted without I
appeal." she says, "it gor. a long d-uV s-rMe-, is p m New SKeort
ards the goal we have s p m mtuiy auciswiott. > p m
been woiking for. Far too many E0**?""? ' * w#t*- 1J .gj"
wornen d.t get enough house- m1*^m s u pTTi-t taVo
k.-ep.ng nu.ey I know of 7^ u p I Sp^T
wivec who ge< onlv 3 out Of PaugnmiM Paras*. 1pm The
14 tltpn News Anslvu-
Bkl want people run--7 *** > > "-*____
timg fur divurevs as Ihe way in.. Rsnassvou. wiib Cotsv
sil a* Ihetr n>atiiinoiuul and -iUi Artnta. T 9 p in Perso
tasatglal iiouhlaa We think the m". m - " v
*pt,M ^''rr? as."- it^Tej^urrTsi'-p'
the mwmirandujii ,...,,,--,.. ot o.. w.
Ersryona loess a laBoota. Lorslr asUn,bat tat
Unsightly Hair, aspsclally in Woman .*:
QCT KID Of OKtlOBTLT HAH." With
M hsssa of
assa N^srtruiiilon. QC..
in
*uy.
I'll"!
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the
Review.
VEET

Fot the Beach, Dance, tailing, or any tuna when onder-arm Bait
becomes Unsightly, us* VEIT.
VEET is extremely useful for men who bare tough beards, or
who tad It uncomfortable to thara
Bamssaber: "VEET' removes UnatgbUy. guparnuoua Hair
la saactly THKEE UIKUTBS"
gg- IT 8 CLEAN 1 ITS CERTAIN I 1 IT'g SATE.: I I
riage aiki DreMt*.*'
tt The Women's Editor Asks...
Ha ssyi Joseph Brayshaw.
general aeeretary of the Nation-
al Marriage I'.u; .
"It's not a matter of percent-
age This man paid per
cent, of his salar> : gftj asftg,
and. as things turned out. it
wasnl enough. But if a rich
man ,iut thm W.eie would be
far too much to tiousekcep on."
What, Ihen, is the lesson of
the case? Says air. Br->shaw.-- *
"There can be no hard and
fast rule, but the needs of tha
family must come first."
-T'ie husband should not, in 3
my opinion, be entitled to an)/
spendintr money until all these 4.
needs here been met, -
"Surelv. it may be difficult.
But in a really smccesaful mar-
riage each partner should be
willing to give up anutkino..."
Worrying . .
FEW will quarrel with that
in principle. But there are
other, deeper factors lo consid-
er The Rev. J W Griffiths.
vicar of St. Augustine's, Ful-
ham, father of two *mall
daughter* and a committee man
of the Marriage Society, names
one' financial divorce.
"By this, to me. extraordinary
verdict. It sterna that economic
factors are ..ndcrmining the
spiritual and moral factors of
marriage. I'm m' competent
to Judge the legal aspects, but
as a parson the derision seems
to me to have far-reaching
effects.
"The 3 seemed reasonable.
IV intelligent people hoed 5.
superstitious traditions such
is the followmn-' It is bad
luck lo marry on Fridays or 8.
during the month of May. or
to stir favours into the bride's
cake. The Bridesmaid who
catches the *jrlde's bouquet
will be next to marry.
Is it correct for a secretary
to stop at the same hotel as g.
her employer when on a
business trip?
How do people "dress' when
guests at a Captain's table'
When does a woman riae?
Is It ever correct for a woman j
lo telephone a muii for an en-
gjgcnient"
Is it ever polite to criticise a
place or people inceAantly
with such expressions as
"Ah, what a place!" or "At
home we don't do things
that way" '
Is it allowable to "Cut"
someone whom one has met?
When at a public gathering
is it correct to allow a small
child to do tricks, or move
about In the room to s
him-elf or others?
Answers o-i page S.
Rupert and the New Bonnet-23
n spite ot ih, tog Bill knows
ihe way out ot the wood, and -
rht jit gets (karer the two fricndi
g* .lowly, giimg carefully iround
rum for any ngn of ihe mining
batkri. It'i not likely thai M
ahjll find ir for a long cime."
murmurs Rupen rathtr miserably.
adoa
" That rocket shot <
that we donT know _. .,.
It may tu>l have come in ihia dirt/e-
lior. at ill." Ai length . , rch
his collage. | suppose I'd1 better
go ui. he whispers, "ihough
what Mummy will think | tafi
imagine.''
GOOO NEWSl
TO ALE. SHOPPERS
We have juat received a New Shipment of the
following!
SHANTUNG ....................M"wi,l,. t US
WHITE NEOCORD ..............M" wide f .97
GINGHAM PLAIDS............36" wide @ .87
FLOWERED SPUN'S .........M" wide @ 1.13 & ,6
PLAIN spins...............3r wide @ $1.03 [ ^1
WALDORF PRINTS ............:.i. nl, .84
BLACK & WHITE PRINTS......36( wide @ .83
REXWEAR COTTON SHEETS ... 70" x SO" (ffi t 8.00
, .ST' x 1*0" @ S10.92
PILLOW CASES 20" x 30" $1.78
COTTON SHEETINGS .........80" wide O) $ 2.3
..........If wide @ 2.12
.........5"wlde@ $1.73
TROPICAL "ANDAR" SUITINGS M" wide ffl $3.02
NAVY BLUE & MAROON BLAZER CLOTH
f M" @ $2.42
AlaoBUTTONSMen's & Ladies BELTS etc., etc.
iO REMEMBER
AVE $ $ $ $ by
i HOPPING AT
'AHELY & Co.
IS Swan St
GEORGE
FOR BEST VALUES
AND EFFICIENT SERVICE
Take ailvitv from Beltv I lull on, star of ParamouM Pictures.
She Derat bWgsMtl a ijaih Active-lalher farial with fragrant
l.u\ Toilet Skip it rarrir- away duM and lirt. leaves skin
reallv fresh. You n*Hitli lieauty in when you use Lux Toilel
Soap. And vou'll love the delicate perfume <( \ja Tcstsel
Stup it I.mm vour skin frairranl wjih n flower-like perfume
that clinp-. lie brdasl torn.'it -tastLttJ I oQel 9 n
. LUX
TOILET SOAP
Thr fragrant white soup >/ th n
H IHUI I E. THE A TH BS
KMPIRE VS-SRBf TSar. 4.U SSS oi.ivra TWiaT'-B> OlAHLXh DlCKENft HOW T| las a T.-.m*frw t.u a sjs r. i>-i..:. n-cawnM iiiimii Acaoaa
OgssHas rrsaas a ? SB "N is.,nt i. COLUDI' mi FACxratr Wendell COBBV -rofeat TUCTCBR
BaVff Mb as a* a.aa "IIOMSSTSADBBS Of PABADIBK VAIXBV" and
l>I EASE NOTE INK SHAKI NTAI. DFVI SHOW HAS BtBBN CAMCaUXCD
"LIOaTB Or OLD SANTA PC Tfcar. Bed a Sal. Mk I.SS a aaV
al MS MISoll* 'DANOBBS OP THE I'AXADIAM MOI'NTBD" "OBAND CANTON TBAIL" and 'raANTOM arVAKB" Not Suitable for Children

OLYMPIC -.1 Mli MiSnlla "fata SHADOW"
r. d.. saa sal? -OAMB1JNO inn -i and in m.i i BQtAD" 1 ..I u al B.SB OBAND .Mil-,, SHOW By World Famoua Calyptonuiki La>d By The Pamoua Small ULand PJlde ROYAL 1 ..-da* I..I ( Skawa 1 M A 11 "Aim roasTB" John HIIXiEI.Y and "BOBM FOB THOCBLg"
Wed. t> Tkan. ( at a a is J-hn WAYNE Van JOHNaoN
In ii m k TO BATAAN" and FOLLOW MB Ql'IgTXT" Wad Thar i a a I li Humphrey BOOAHT 'rosrucT' and -TBB TIME THE PLACB AND THE i.lin wlUi Dannla MOROAN
". *r a gat. sta i.sa "DOWN MBXHO WA** and i i v MOON"
PLAZA 1 ISii:V.A'\
IiaillOETOHNDial Ult
TODAY a TOMORROW 4.30 a 8.30 P.M.
Ill* <> -RADIO DOtlBIJ TTBIlJjy
^O ,ni-,ii v nYAN
XO HIGH mill IS HE HE.
#
DOMESTIC 30'- ...........................................
KINK WOVEN CIIKCK RAYONS 38" ..........................
I II.I 111 l> OIK.ANII1KS WlllTK & COI.OUKS 36'' ........
FIC.l'RKD MUSLINS VVIIITF. COLOURS 54" ..............
WOVEN STRIl'KO RAYONS 36" .........._.........
C.SEY FI.ANNKI. WOOL THOI'SKRING i.................
Wi.....'I-HI M ITY TAN CANVAS SliOKS Wrdiir HrrK
BLACK & WlllTK & IIROWN & WlllTK SHOES
T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS
DIAL 4220
YOUR SHOE STORES
DIAL 4606
CROSSFIRE & BROTHERS ix the SADDLE
ia -r-H.i ta n
Tim HOUT in
BIO OBANBB I'Umil
m-.iiiisi. aaiNoo
"FORCE OF ARMS'
"OVEi\ I ItlMI SERVICE
You can get from your grocer or from any shop in the Island the following
Biscuits Fresh from the oven:
M \llll'----------S.t,. Per lb. SHIRLEY_____.atte. Per lb.
SHOUT 4'AKEL------S4r. Per lb. I.II \ll \>l < IIA KKHM 16,. Per lb.
\\ llll \ SOU A < ': \ HI IIS :tr. Per lb.


TUESDAY. APBIL I. 1K2
BARBADOS ADV Ot ATE
PACE
B.G. Gets Court Of
Criminal Appeal
GEORGETOWN. March 2a
The newly created Court of Criminal Appeal was form-
ally opened at the Victoria Law Courts ben m Tuesday
morning in the presence of a large natherinR of Legal Prac-
titioners and the general public.
C.O.L. Bonus
Discussed
PETS AND TOYS SAVED FROM TORNADO'S FURY
When Sasrtusliig 'he report of
thf Committee .iiipoinled lo con-
sid/r sjl.-irte* of Parochial Em-
ployees. Mr J A. Harries at
meeting of the St. Joseph Vestry
yesterday' said that the Committee
Be for* proceeding; to hear argu-
menti In the first appeal, the Chief
Justice, Hon. Mr. Justice Boll
he thought It was a historic occa-
sion and should be m irked wlttt
a few words. For many years
past, he said. It has been possible
for a person convicted of a crim-
inal offence by a Magistrate
nppeal on a large number
grounds to the Full Court of tfag
Colony, but if be hid been con-
victed on indictment by a jury. h .
possessed no right of appeal as ef had had to be careful not to raise
right to any Court. the cost of living bonus more than
.. ,. the M", thai was the limit.
It IlinK thai it was open to htm to try and persuade the Trial two former Parochial Treasurers
Judge to reserve any question of \ 9700 between them,
law which had arisen at the trial
for the consideration of the WesS Tho- over-all Increase on the
Indian Court of Appeal sitting as basic salaries of the parochial
Court for what is called "Crown ami'lovce* was agreed lo be 10?..
Cases Reserved', but as it was Mr. Huynet Said that some am-
within the discretion of the Judgo plovers were getting 51) nnrt m*.
whether or not he would reserve and they had to Increase the ban
the point of law and aa It was
only a point of law which could be
so reserved, the remedy availabli
to a person convicted on indict-
ment was very limited indeed.
ind reduce the bonus.
SITTING IN In1! WINS or one or the tomndo-shsttcred dwcllusars, In Judtonlo, Ark-, a grim-faced resident
*f (he strl*a
  • tfHn Majrry A Marry Apatha
    aajUata Japn Many. Ralph Mauto.
    Iap7aa fhoula, Brian PtouU. Cornalii Kant
    Cam. bUdlaow Walto*. MarBar-t W-itri
    Kiiiani Lufa Mttrbar. Vtoarta
    Fud'iwb Allaap, Barbara Akaw. *>
    Ora don Miina Manhall
    Char'* CapaHl. Maihaw biacrm CacM
    Hunt*
    I.. -Uaa
    Owiihrnnr Daatlva. Dana* BactiaraHP.
    Phtlap Rnal Norah
    CANBERRA, AuaUaUa,
    March 27.
    BREST. March 31. jho AdmlrUatTBtor at Northern
    StroBfly arm-d mobilf gu*td* Terniorj- F. J. Wot daBBlibld
    to-day broka up a Communist ,nc wtlook on the cMttle industry
    inspir-d Ituiigar March of more to wxlrmciy gTBT-T. Re ald
    than 2.000 workers demonstrating ,ho position waa grim not only
    against ">e "Ann Worker*' policy this nn but in auoeMMlIng, br-icd
    The demonstration, called b* breadpr* ..
    the Uenrial Labour Conlataara- Northern Tftrrttory probably
    Uon is 1 "trul of >trans-th'a in was the worst in the dttKta***.
    WUll.
    "UJt
    1 oh itu ar riuit alctiom
    TI'IBOAT lal Aanl
    At Loawr Maaon Hall Rlrarl al 1
    rajtod H>Ko*irt- with drawing A din*
    nip rooma. 3 brdroonu. kilrKrn and
    .-loaat. a/aJMT mm lipht. rivam/. pal-
    np liniM-clkon on application In lh^
    MIBNIIDAT tod AprM
    Al i ofBra Mlddla Slnral at I a'rrark.
    ha pinpaitr tailed "Tho Crotona" at
    DaPSaM Road It coniitti af almoat
    ', aero of IwaS aral a toMao wtaach haa
    upon vandan. drawlap and datiinp
    uaaa. ) brdroorBA. kiubao. walar toUct
    i.d oath, aad rpackoua )ard inapri;-
    Faarto BBM
    ... F-Hard.
    Barb a. Caiappn Rawt,.
    Marfarrl Snuu>. t'tt" Mi.
    TabPtofT. Buaara BUmiBfa
    yrar-n.4. Miriam Ytanaaf U..-i
    Tatoa. Haraart Aarouh. Hrrwrrt fpton
    Harbour Log
    Brh Xaao Aruba. tkh Mar-.
    Yacht Canbbop Brn OanSrnta W M V
    Lad* J.i Per. Maria Hl.lla M V 111...
    Star. Brh Turlla Da* a. Brh H.mP. M
    Brh Hmry D Wallaaw. "rh LawUlpha
    Br* Malls N Jorvaa. Sell Al laul. Sen
    VOTtoc. arh zito WoaMla, pen PltiUp H
    Franria W Smiin ch
    Jrribln* Robert.
    AaBIVALA
    lao Aruba. M tana net
    r.pt Briautl. faun Orvnada
    Vhoonar Msraa HannoMa 1 luni net.
    tit Sell... Ittan St Lucto
    S n Colombia 1 SSI ton. net. Ciot
    Dupont. fremi Mart'
    HELP

    A HAJJOUfAN for C-
    Onod aatory to artiva w^*. Appl. ; Ft Q
    C o Advatate Ad.erMaine Dept
    QL'M ARABICBritain. Beat (cleaned.
    Uae la* poiinda or Ml SB pound tola.
    I U cenla per pound. Do not delay
    sa 1 it an
    'GLADIOLI fa DAHLIA"Order!
    now balag token for CladtoU an* Dahlia.
    ar drlUary in December IMS. paiti-.
    miere.Ud In boohina plraap phone **tj
    T Oaddra Orant. LU. IS S SS Ian
    1.1 A'
    1 ehatte h
    .teaen. al
    HarU (. .
    ibta i|> | p a with ahed
    Ft. tfalranlie palmpi and
    na other u it x S with kilt hen. ctoart
    Ml palti.u
    rprrRBBAT .trd April
    At my antee Mlddla BtraM at S p.M
    D.aaa aquan feet of land al ii.,-,'
    w Road, Nt Oolf Cauna
    feat of land al Knight Lan,
    aataury Read H hai a well
    a auWaale for Mrtrnen paratoa AMD
    :.at apuare feet al Nav* Uardaii
    n-AF*CT A SCOTT.
    AKeUanear. Middle btre. 1
    B.a,fj ...
    BaaMa
    Rtl HAS
    rhoaaai Fnuiklyn D H fil
    Ci.pt Sraly. for B.illah 0..1.
    Bchoanar Laudalpha. *o tn>
    bunbt tor Dentlatoa
    tfainaBpr Ma4l> H Jonaa.
    Capt Cloiide. for Dotrmlca
    M V Carlbbaa. 100 torn m
    GunJra. lor DwaAUca.
    B8 Catorrabla. 1.381 kina n
    DvponL for U K.
    the l*ce of the muunUng popu-
    larity of Pinay's "Defend The
    Franc" programme, took place
    despite a pohc ben. About 00
    111 all downed tools as the hunger
    march began. The hunger
    marcher. walfaBa only three rnuea
    of a proooa*d M mile hike te
    Chapal of Quimper before police
    intervened and turned them
    beck to Brest .
    A (range feature o. the dern-
    iNiiU.iwn wm that it also wea
    backed by IBM* Vacal branch of the
    (..iholu Workers' Union UP.
    Loh (.ratlt- Cotton
    Goods loCoet Mon*
    )nhm rage I
    11 tough pricvp will come down. In
    thu case >t u a fallacy.
    Pratat Ww
    "If Japan phould wage a real
    price war we know tney cou.u
    i'. ul but then' another Bide to
    that question. If the colonies trauv
    fxtnsivelr with Japan lo the
    .letruuent of the British textile in-
    dustry the? will deal a hard blow
    to British economy and they will
    not benefit from the general
    .-lump in this country."
    Mr. Alckman added thai Lan-
    cashire cotton executives had had
    a number of meetings with
    colonial representative* from the
    textile trade to discuss their re-
    quirements.
    ^to.r.
    OBHVKVAN< E OT HER MAJESTTb aMsTTlBDAT
    The Queen has approved the date already aniwunced lor The
    King's Birthday this year, namely Thursday. 5th June, baing chosen
    for the ceia^ratiori of her own official Birthday in IBM. Bar Majest>
    has also approved that her official Birthday should always be cele-
    date to be chosen on the same principle as that adopted
    Thursday early la June.
    2. Id accordance with the provisions of the Bank rW4day Act.
    lat. Thursday the 5th of June IW2. will be a Bank Holiday
    ' Ml 53 2n
    Gums Bleed.
    Teelh Loose!
    CHANCERY SALE
    BARBADOb
    Capt
    Cap!
    mmil voi'iiis
    HAIR CUTS
    NATIONALIZED
    MUNICH, March 26.
    liarbers in communist Czecho-
    slovakia have been forbidden tu
    massage scalps, wash hair or offer
    brillianUne since hair cutters have
    become employee* of the state
    ding to Radio Free Europe.
    The keeping of private razors
    for steady customer* is an
    "egoistic relic signifying a secret
    craving for the return to Fascist
    daya;" according to Radio Free
    Europe.OJ*.
    ST. JOSEPH CHURCH
    a> From Fag* 5
    should think of pulling their
    weight There were taxpayers
    who necessarily contributed to
    the Church and, belonging to
    other denominations, had to
    support their own denomlna-
    was told some had to
    contrimitc eggs.
    It was agreed to increase last
    Stop r^orrha>a and
    Trench Mouth
    In 24 Hour.
    StH5tf!R9Brsrs.M
    Iba laal of taatb, to* Uao cnroaM rbeuaia-
    tuai aa* baart uaabla.
    Now Discovery Saves Teelh
    Imiaip. UM diara*-rr of aa Samrlaaa
    ! an S
    tbar toeui
    "day*njKraa^^Ki that
    _ Friday at the aame place
    parUruUra on applicatton to me
    , PUlntlaT ncTTR NIGat. KUA* JOHNBOft
    Itelcndpni DOBCAS WHJJAMB
    l-H-UfarTT: AH that rertain piece or parcel of land attoala in Upper Cotrvmore
    Bock to the pariah af ftatot Michael aa* Island of Barbadoa con-
    Ulnlna by idw l ifa i it one nmd be ihe am m-ira ar leap IjutDBI
    aa* bom-iinp on laada now or i-le of Jamaa H WUaa. ol CaSfeartpa
    WikM. l Claaaaat Laapaa. af Jaroaa Far* and of Ml a. Loulap M-Uett
    arid an the public road or howaavr air* lha aaana may buH and
    bound Topctnor wnh lha n.iaanaga or dwalllnphouM caOad
    "AVatDOJT" and all and amsuiar other tha hiuni aad oulbouaaa
    both freehold and ha net on the aald land rratted and built aUndlnd
    an* baUtp with the appurtonancn.
    ate*.
    OATg OF RAU .,,, Apu. itsg
    II WILLIAMS.
    I tafjetrar-ui-Chancery
    SHIPPING NOTICES
    IbLAJf.S. mm.
    S S ~TEKt>A" ir achadulrd to tall
    | front Adelaide February i: ih Melboarne
    Marrh led, S>dney March 10th. BrU-
    nar.p March Und aim Ins al Tilnidad
    aacHit April Zlnd and Barb a dot about
    April BBUv
    I In addition la * tic til rarao thli rap.
    Carso acccpiad on Wrouajn UUla ol
    I [ i.lir.a lor tianahipnienl al Trinidad lo
    Ilrlllali Ouiana, Uraarl and Windward
    . I-lands.
    For further partirulai- apply
    . LTD.,
    The K/V
    l in. bardaat oflot
    Gustranleed
    \eara pn.vlsion of $36 to p60
    Before the new Churchwarden
    was appointed, Mr Gooding sals)
    he wanted a record to be made cf
    the conscientious and strenuous
    work Mr. Coward, the outgoing
    Church^ ..(den, had put in durum
    his term of office.
    it ! roam
    B,
    ___and mt eartain
    i ru*d to atop your iudi
    I an BaBwaB ar.d ttAapl
    __ a year eorapteto aaUafactton ar
    ... oar* or. return ol rmpti p.kar
    ni take acaaaaa aa .aalnp yauf iui or
    T-rlns lha dararen iroat rhruaaaliam
    a heart lioahli Oat Araaaaa froaa your
    rrairt laday under ibu lion-rlad suaian-
    n
    ''MONSJStA" -i"
    .nd Psaeenpcra tor
    AnOsua. Moiiiaafrai.
    id Ml. Kits*. SaiUnc Frtday
    VVectoar-lay Sth Aprd. IBM.
    Tnp M V "DAKRWOOD" will
    aceapt Carpa and rHaaanper* for
    St Lucu Qrenada and Aruba. and
    , r'naemarn onto for BL Vln.ewa.
    Data of aalkns to be notified
    B W I BCBOOMBB un si a.
    ASSOCIATION is.
    .......... Tear Na. i
    DACOSTA A CO.. LTD..
    HB. Mcoa, Si^wiAhifi Co.
    AattOSfaJl^^V^' i
    For Pworratea-Tresrea. Maaafk
    nTEW TOIIK SERVICE


    TUMMY, APRIL I, IK!
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    HENRY
    BY CARL ANDERSON
    FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD . .
    BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE PAVIES
    SMOKY
    .___j_____'-XL
    BLONDIE-
    BY CHIC YOUNG
    I'M.I -IMS
    \l ill -
    LIST
    Nl UMI J.llt
    mwnr Imb
    K**b.rM lu>
    I'M IiiuU
    Wl.Ukl.....I
    M.I.-*L.
    I hi,... -..-
    Ii>ill Me.ll.r..h
    I ! popularlt* i>r .Infin U Kite slWs is lunli on
    Will, UN well M Dl I'l NDAfiU II V < omfort
    and \|>U?\iv leilainlsllie> art' as v*>-
    li.nn:' and .marl lonkin,: j .011 .ould wish. Hut
    I heir outstanding \ \l II K ha< men expect and
    alums i:. i "Ihn lhr> insist mi shoes made by
    John While. Vv |hem It.r sourself in leadm*
    MM ihroui'hniil llaihados.
    made by
    JOHN WHITE
    means made just right
    * STIART & SAMPSON
    (1938) LID.
    ;. u. ;
    JUST RECEIVED
    I'ki- Tale Lyle Caator
    Mpf
    Sliced llun and Baron
    Lie and Smill Tin* Vienna
    Siusaaea
    I'ke*. (..ddird riaiur Paw-
    tm
    I in. Si.ur I'olWh
    tin. Ilrlni VntrUmY S-tUd
    I'k*. Hrirl.il letnii Suiar
    'I In. Grlallne
    I in. \..'l. Sweet RUrulta
    TIB. I'llirupplr Chunk*
    Tina mi iv n -
    Alao:
    Sprrl.il price to Shopkeepers
    All Ihrae Ulnm eel from -
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    t. atOEBCCK ST.
    FLASH GORDON
    BY DAN BARRY
    ~WW 6CT BACK- ^W ft "ti. Of you.' W 'K
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    JOHNNY HAZARD
    BY FRANK ROBBINS
    IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
    SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
    SI'MIAI. OFFMIS are now tillable ut our Hruurhrw TwrrtfoidrT
    S|n iylislo>i ii and Sssim Sin, I
    Usually Now Usually
    POTATOES 4 Ih Inr S IK S .40 Tins MUMIl; ...................................74
    Tins JACOBS CREAM Undies TENNENTS STOl'T.........30
    CRACKERS ........................ I.H2 I BO
    Tins BROOKS PEACHES .HI .TS
    Tins CONDEMHD MII.K
    .33
    Now
    M,
    .26
    .31
    D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
    THE <> I O \ A A II I;
    I. Ill) I I II I I s
    BRINGING UP FATHER
    BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
    RIP KIRBY
    BY ALEX RAYMOND
    "OVEN FRESH** si it VIM
    You can get from your grocer or from any shop in the Island the following
    Biscuits Fresh from the oven :
    >l lllli:_______Mr. I'rr III.
    MUM! I l.lhi:______.1 lr. l'.-r III.
    M..... IV_______Ittr. IN-r lb.
    I.ll.lll.l.tl II II HI IIS I... I'rr III.
    IVIIIIX SHIM f H.\l lil IIS :iOr. I'.-r II..
    1'PtXVC WMAWOBK*i:OvtB/ THAT iSmT
    lCt> NEVP* FOBCIT/ J-r WUAT 1 W*NT,
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    YOU'LL FAVOUR FOR ITS
    DOWNRIGHT FLATTERY,
    COMFORT AND LONG-
    LASTING QUAUTY.
    The
    Suedette
    "PLAYDAY"
    .. .bent's the Shoe for you Smart as new Pari*
    .eomfortoble as house Shoe and so economically
    tool
    A variable in
    -. WHITE BLACK
    n,.y S7.i5
    Suea S-8
    . PRICED AT ONI
    Q m \v 11 or is 1011
    A (H\\(.l\<.
    WORLD
    n. in iin. it mm ii
    This book, which i* based upon
    1 1 roa 1 1 1 iving in
    m Atomic An.-", i> eono
    with U turinf thiw
    klndt of imifllcl which have a(-
    lllclad mankind. They ,re the con-
    flict!, of nun with Mtwe, wtlh
    olhcr RWO, HMl with hiniwlf. Of
    theae, the lii I
    , and
    the third of religion and paycho-
    lony.
    M... have made


    higher I.-v. I of MawraJ well-bem*
    than haa ever existed at any f i
    i- F.nliite to reulize thit poa-
    ilnlity is dttf t.. trie peraiateme
    . 1 Irlief-. prlnclplaa, omoOoot, uni
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    FAGE EIGHT
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    TUESDAY, APRIL I. 15?
    /. Marshall Crowned Mr. Barbados Jr.
    Shirley ItvstMian lit itlgvlown
    By p. a. v.
    John Marshall, a Custom* Clerk, was crowned Mr.
    Barbados Jnr. when the Juni< Lfting bnuw and
    Male and Kcmale Budy Beauty Contests look place at
    Queen's Park on Saturday night. Marsh.!;, formerly a
    pupil of Combermere Schcx>l. nas been tektltfl ta
    terest in welghtUfl
    'i> the Alias tondgcmwti Coo- up t.. Nui i Barker.
    tet honours arsnl u< lUtfen- Ha i- .i much improved lifter.
    year-old aUrtty H. ( i....i .\nd Jrrk
    wfio ai*o save a performance " Roj Goddard lifted against c;
    hand ba.anrms with Simeon j,.r PtathStMl|M Di-
    riolds and "Berry' Alkui,-, j, vision. Jordan, who gave a spec-
    also the ant lady balancer ever taculur jk-i-formancr. von by 21)
    to ta*c part in one of the pounds. At the end of the prea*
    A.W.A.B.. Bbo the liftc-is were tied off with 17*
    She is deserving nf th(. title pound". Jordan look the .ead
    Misa BridRet-.u: m ,hP .natch in whlrh he i--ai
    contested for ihe hon "idard by 15 pounds. In the
    Beat was easily As | , ,md jrrk hc W#J Vf pound*
    in* the best developed body. better than Uoddord. He
    The show was Bttthsi auecSM 230 pound- on two occa-
    for the AW A H Tlie Junior failed.
    lifters in the lighter Lifting In the l.ijfhlv.e^ht
    of a very high standard and Division wan eirtri
    should be able to hold their own |nj Ths <
    u gainst the senior Oil I-ayne.
    the time comes. In his first attempt at the prewt.
    r*. i t ffienman was Miccessful with
    i.mi. I ill- ,-, .... ..,,.. ,,.. ,, . ajf- .,._
    blair Bluuium ot m. ,..
    lilting in tne Uantweiitm ... ,, ,n, nn ,n,i us.
    wuisMtunprcNW. i^m>.. ,
    the quick lifts enable*, hun lo ,,,k 163 H wont on to press
    get a great ..mount of weight .,, 1H0
    ,n* *"" In iJio snatch I-ayne -darted
    He has a body weigh I ..I I4S ,. nil 170 with which hs
    pounds and lifted again*! u nieesssfuL H- also snatched IB".
    Lame of Eagle, 142 pound-. Mc i,i failed 'ith is:, Btsmnaji
    defeated Layne by 3D pound-, gratfehed ISt, IM and 200 and
    Laync was however better in I though he could easily
    prets. His 180 pound M 210.
    pounds better HaSJi [si.- man's It waa all Hlcnman n
    best. 1(n The show was however, high- |n n| HsfOM
    liifhU'd by a Judo Kind' 1>. play but I
    given by F. Green and hi* par:- n 235. 2tr>
    nor. This was a halr-r M totalled
    especially when LayiaVi 595.
    ed the other Whh a knife only to
    iir,d himself flying through the Midtllrweighl Division
    *** .. .f Aero Barbell
    F. Mustar mast be .ompll- c h ,. ,,, -....., r; Presead of Palm
    mented on hi* very good di* ... Ml
    play of acrobatic jugxllnr He ,.. Drathwatt* who was
    ha- proved hlnru-lf one ..I the . f|ul(k ,lnX
    beat loral riiurUlnrrv H.-. l.rsl ,,,, |.v 70 pounds. Preseod was
    Act tt-u to balance nearl> a ,.(1|, >,. ,,, better him In the
    doaen bolllc one on lop the
    uUu-ri on hh chin. He nrxt
    balanced chair, and liuall, ..
    11hie.
    The. Koekley Kihm.m: TeajB
    also held the audience in su--
    petase as they bulll a varlet* l
    pyramid)-. This was a first
    elaaa balanelna act which mil-
    d withaut an error heinc
    made.
    in id,. BaDtsmavetgld Division
    A Grant of York Barbell Club
    lifted against -i Rli lei
    Club. Grnnl with a bodywclght of
    1184. two and thrOS
    pounds lighter than Rll
    the winner by sewi ami hall
    pounds.
    WEATHER REPORT
    VEHTERUAY
    Kjinf.ll from ( odrlnrlon
    all
    Tatal K.inr.ll fr manlh to
    date: Z.2S Im.
    IflfhrM Temperature : Rl.S
    r
    I o"rsl lemperatnre : GI.5 I
    Wind VetSSfq n mile- stff
    hour
    Kirr.mrltT S a.m. I ?9.?
    13 p.m.) -19 845
    TO-DAY
    *unri.r 5.57 a.m.
    Sunnet : 6.12 p m.
    Moon : New. M ... h ||
    Lighting : 63S p.m.
    High Tide : 7 OS a.m.. 921
    Low Tide :
    p.m.
    12.31
    2.S
    & Don't let Upset Stomach
    upset your day... &
    ft take Alka-Seltzer
    * right away! |j|
    In the pre*;'.
    G r ii n t" n 150
    pounds wna five
    pounds better
    than his oppon-
    ent's. H i v l e r e
    beat him in the
    snateh by two
    .md half pound"
    but in tbc olesn
    and jerk Gran*
    was sueeessful
    with 205 while
    Riviere failed Ul
    his final attempt
    with 210.
    At the A W.A.B
    In t*r-C 1 u b
    Championships
    it year Grant
    was the runner
    i attempt In lh<
    jerk. Prracodrf were- pi
    match 1(8 umI dean and ler*
    230, Hi wag "* .snd ihree
    hSSvtSi than

    r i Btusrl of the Middle-
    Ions with
    rke of the Llghl
    .-.,i ..( n:tr>
    was 2s pound! better than
    Clarke's.
    Barbados Jnr. Contest
    POT Hie .'liminatlons contestants
    ded bd i two elaaaes
    It i
    in 1- eight Inehes
    John Marsh ill wss -.....
    Ro) ODd-
    danL limit ( h i*i Springer and
    Courtn Johnnie Kvelyn. In the
    Miss Bridertou!
    It- ( came first. Daphne Welrh
    riond ami Eiaina Jorda
    This rhow has produced plent)
    of inntcrinl for ihe Senior Cham-
    plonahlpi wbleh will
    later this year,
    NOTRE DAME
    DEFEAT H.C. 6-0
    NOTRE DAME swamped Harrison College at footbsli
    whin they defeated them six-nil before
    iwd at Kensington Oval. Darcy McCollin scored four
    while lit'' Oth^r two were thot l>.V Paul Mandcvilh-
    V. .u i.l.v evening's win placed trie Bay Land leant on
    D level with Sptrtajl, hoth of whom now hive tfn points
    .uid lead in this war's Jirst divLlaOa li^tuit-. Empire"
    with a gSdM li-ss than both the above loams, have 8 points
    to ih.-it- credit.
    the Alack, siW another fiord re-
    Notre Dame, who throuaftout ihe .mlted from a pood forward movc-
    havs shown great stamina menl. but the referee ruled one
    nd condition brought thsas two f)f the ottaekers off-side.
    aui-ihuies to bear in yesterday's
    1 ,iurinc tin li"t fifteen Within two minutes <>f this.
    minutes of play. P0 completely Mandevil',- found Smith out nf
    that lhy position, and sent through a hard
    Utersll] ran Ihe school hoys off grounder, but the ball hit the right
    their feet. It was during thll perl- upright and rebounded Into play,
    od of the game that five of the six Smith picked up the ball and
    goals came. cleared.
    College kicked oft towards the College were again able to or-
    Northern end. The Dames wen- ganlse a forward movement, and
    boon on ths "(tensive and their twice their opponents conceded
    clTorls were lirunsdJataiy reward- corners on the right wing. These
    ad when Mandevllle beat Smith were nicely kicked by Michae!
    the game lapsed into a tame affair.
    The first bit of excitement came
    when the College forward* imli-
    tsd Psul Tudor
    perfect through pass which left
    him with onl) the Dan -
    :
    bungled play.
    College had lost their chance to
    .md this brought th*
    Dames hock into the fight with
    new effort.
    They scored one. and then :.n-
    nthcr from a free kick which
    Mandevllle took from juid outside
    the area.
    I Ii .. is Red on hi eri
    th<
    n.-n

    Lsnd team nea e I and they
    doubled their efforts Two more
    gjaaU cane In rapid
    and v,-i spothei went in si ibey
    put evhrything into their play.
    The Dames were six up. five of
    them coming in jufl over IS min-
    utes of play in the latter half. The
    end of play found the Dames still
    on the attack, and winners hv six
    goals to nil.
    WHAT* ON TODAY
    R.E.C. Conference. Hastings
    House 9.30 am
    < nud of firand Se*lon*
    1S.SS a m.
    Art exhibition Mitiewn
    la.OO a.m.
    football. Qa'a Park
    VtMl ,.ni
    Mnhlle Cinema. Relmonl
    Srhool Paalure130 p.m
    Popular Tollee Rand Con-
    cert al the llolelnwn
    Memorial Site. LM p.m.
    '*.*#>'-'*'*'*-'-***-**-**'*'',***
    ir nal ved but serfclm J
    Salvation, please write for I
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    impossible to have fun. But why suffer
    when iour Upset Stomach ii so eeiy
    to relieve? Take Alka-Selt*er I Simply
    drop a tablet or two into a glass of
    Water, and drink the sparkling.
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    will not only relieve your Headache
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    111 it beli IN Im
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    SPORTS AT C. H. S.
    Codringtoii High School are
    ..n W< ii
    at 4 p.m The]
    R Miss CrifTlth ha:
    invited all old
    ith I hard grounder from do
    range. ,
    First Goal
    The Dames' inside left had beat-
    en Smith with onr which Mr
    Smith was able to clear off flu-
    line, but In the skirmish that fol-
    lowed Mandeville dtove hard snd
    true to put his team in the lead
    Noire Dame continued l- pel ^
    hard, and twice Smith's good
    ludgincnt averted the threat The
    attackers literally stampeded tne
    College goal, but after about three
    minutes, the schoolboys came into
    | wen able to even
    ilay up somewhat.
    Notre Dame were soon again on
    Clarke, the baby of the College
    team who was making hit first
    appearance in first division foot-
    ball. Nothing resulted from hit
    efforts, however.
    The Interval was taken a few
    seconds later with Dames onr up
    Attack Renewed
    Notre Dnmc renewed the at-
    tack when the wame was resumed
    but it was not long bsfi I
    lost the rip of the first half, and
    Savannah Club
    Tennis Turnaiinlnt
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    Mrs. B. Ch.llenur und Hon R.
    N. Turner vs. Mr. and Mrs. P.
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    MrB. and Mrs. F. D. Barnes vs
    Mrs. Gibbons and R. S. NlcboUi.
    Mr. and Mrs. R. s. Bancroft n
    Miaa D. Wood and l)i C. G Ml o
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    The Final Of me Men's Doubles
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    FAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, APRIL I. 15? /. Marshall Crowned Mr. Barbados Jr. Shirley Itvst — Mian lit itlgvlown By p. A. v. John Marshall, a Custom* Clerk, was crowned Mr. Barbados Jnr. when the Juni< Lfting bnuw and Male and Kcmale Budy Beauty Contests look place at Queen's Park on Saturday night. Marsh.!;, formerly a pupil of Combermere Schcx>l. nas been tektltfl %  ta terest in welghtUfl 'i> the Alias tondgcmwti Cooup t.. Nui i Barker. tet honours arsnl u< l U tfen Ha i.i much improved lifter. year-old %  aUrtty H. ( i....i .\nd Jrrk wfio ai*o save a performance " Roj Goddard lifted against c; hand ba.anrms with Simeon j,.r PtathSt Ml |M Diriolds and "Berry' Alkui,-, j, vision. Jordan, who gave a specalso the ant lady balancer ever taculur JK-I -formancr. von by 21) to ta*c part in one of the pounds. At the end of the prea* A.W.A.B.. Bbo the liftc-is were tied off with 17* She is deserving nf th ( title pound". Jordan look the .ead Misa BridRet-.u: m ,h P .natch in whlrh he i--ai contested for ihe hon "idard by 15 pounds. In the Beat was easily As %  „ | ,„ md j rrk hc W#J „ V f pound* in* the best developed body. better than Uoddord. He The show was %  Bttthsi auecSM 230 poundon two occafor the AW A H Tlie Junior failed. lifters in the lighter Lifting In the l.ijfhlv.e^ht of a very high standard and Division wan eirtri should be able to hold their own |nj Ths < u gainst the senior Oil I-ayne. the time comes. In his first attempt at the prewt. r*. • I • t ffienman was Miccessful with i.mi. I ill,-,„ .... ..,,.. ,,.. ,, .„ ajf.,„._ blair Bluuium ot m. %  .. lilting in tne Uantweiitm ... ,, ,n, nn n ,i us. wuisMtunprcNW. I^M>.. the quick lifts enable*, hun lo ,,„,k 163 H wont on to press get a great ..mount of weight .,, 1H0 ,n *""• In iJio snatch I-ayne -darted He has a body weigh I ..I I4S ,. nil 170 with which hs % %  pounds and lifted again*! u nieesssfuL Halso snatched IB". Lame of Eagle, 142 pound-. Mc i„,i failed 'ith is:, Btsmnaji defeated Layne by 3D pound-, gratfehed ISt, IM and 200 and Laync was however better in I though he could easily prets. His 180 pound M 210. pounds better HaSJi [si.man's It waa all Hlcnman n best. 1(n< i The show was however, high| n n | HsfOM liifhU'd by a Judo Kind' 1>. play but I given by F. Green and hi* par:n 235. 2tr> nor. This was a halr-r M totalled especially when LayiaVi 595. ed the other Whh a knife only to iir,d himself flying through the Midtllrweighl Division *** .. .f Aero Barbell F. Mustar mast be .ompllc h ,. ,,, r; Presead of Palm mented on hi* very good di* „... Ml play of acrobatic jugxllnr He ,„.. Drathwatt* who was haproved hlnru-lf one ..I the „„. f|ul(k lnX beat loral riiurUlnrrv H.-. l.rsl ,,,„, |. v 70 pounds. Preseod was Act tt-u to balance nearl> a ,. (1 |, >,. ,,, better him In the doaen bolllc one on lop the uUu-ri on hh chin. He nrxt balanced chair, and liuall, .. 11hie. The. Koekley Kihm.m: TeajB also held the audience in su-petase as they bulll a varlet* l pyramid)-. This was a first elaaa balanelna act which mil•d withaut an error heinc made. in id,. BaDtsmavetgld Division A Grant of York Barbell Club lifted against -i Rli lei Club. Grnnl with a bodywclght of 1184. two and thrOS pounds lighter than Rll the winner by sewi ami %  hall pounds. WEATHER REPORT VEHTERUAY Kjinf.ll from ( odrlnrlon— all Tatal K.inr.ll fr manlh to date: Z.2S Im. IflfhrM Temperature : Rl.S r I o"rsl lemperatnre : GI.5 I Wind VetSSfq n milestff hour Kirr.mrltT S a.m. I ?9.? 13 p.m.) -19 845 TO-DAY *unri.r 5.57 a.m. Sunnet : 6.12 p m. Moon : New. M ... h || Lighting : 63S p.m. High Tide : 7 OS a.m.. 921 Low Tide : p.m. 12.31 2.S & Don't let Upset Stomach upset your day . & ft take Alka-Seltzer right away! |j| In the pre*;'. G r ii n t" n 150 pounds wna five pounds better than his opponent's. H i v l e r e beat him in the snateh by two .md %  half pound" but in tbc olesn and jerk Gran* was sueeessful with 205 while Riviere failed Ul his final attempt with 210. At the A W.A.B In t*r-C 1 u b Championships ••it year Grant was the runner i attempt In lh< jerk. Prracodrf werepi match 1(8 UMI dean and ler* 230, Hi wag "* .snd ihree hSSvtSi than %  r was 2s pound! better than Clarke's. Barbados Jnr. Contest POT Hie .'liminatlons contestants ded bd i two elaaaes— It i in 1' eight Inehes John Marsh ill wss Ro) ODddanL limit ( h i*i Springer and Courtn Johnnie Kvelyn. In the Miss Bridertou! It( came first. Daphne Welrh riond ami Eiaina Jorda This rhow has produced plent) of inntcrinl for ihe Senior Champlonahlpi wbleh will later this year, NOTRE DAME DEFEAT H.C. 6-0 NOTRE DAME swamped Harrison College at footbsli whin they defeated them six-nil before iwd at Kensington Oval. Darcy McCollin scored four while lit'' Oth^r two were thot l>.V Paul MandcvilhV. .u i.l.v evening's win placed trie Bay Land leant on D level with Sptrtajl, hoth of whom now hive tfn points .uid lead in this war's Jirst divLlaOa li^tuit-. Empire" with a gSdM li-ss than both the above loams, have 8 points to ih. -itcredit. the Alack, siW another fiord reNotre Dame, who throuaftout ihe .mlted from a pood forward movchavs shown great stamina menl. but the referee ruled one %  nd condition brought thsas two f) f the ottaekers off-side. aui-ihuies to bear in yesterday's 1 iurinc tin li"t fifteen Within two minutes <>f this. minutes of play. P0 completely Mandevil',found Smith out nf that lhy position, and sent through a hard Utersll] ran Ihe school hoys off grounder, but the ball hit the right their feet. It was during thll perlupright and rebounded Into play, od of the game that five of the six Smith picked up the ball and goals came. cleared. College kicked oft towards the College were again able to orNorthern end. The Dames wenganlse a forward movement, and boon on ths "(tensive and their twice their opponents conceded clTorls were lirunsdJataiy rewardcorners on the right wing. These ad when Mandevllle beat Smith were nicely kicked by Michae! the game lapsed into a tame affair. The first bit of excitement came when the College forward* imlitsd Psul Tudor %  perfect through pass which left him with onl) the Dan %  : % %  %  bungled play. College had lost their chance to .md this brought th* Dames hock into the fight with new effort. They scored one. and then :.nnthcr from a free kick which Mandevllle took from juid outside the area. I Ii .. is Red on hi eri th< n.-n %  Lsnd team nea e I and they doubled their efforts Two more gjaaU cane In rapid and v,-i spothei went in si ibey put evhrything into their play. The Dames were six up. five of them coming in jufl over IS minutes of play in the latter half. The end of play found the Dames still on the attack, and winners hv six goals to nil. WHAT* ON TODAY R.E.C. Conference. Hastings • House— 9.30 am < nud of firand Se*lon* — 1S.SS a m. Art exhibition Mitiewn — la.OO a.m. football. Q —a 'a Park — VtMl ,.ni Mnhlle Cinema. Relmonl Srhool Paalure— 130 p.m Popular Tollee Rand Concert al the llolelnwn Memorial Site. LM p.m. '*.*#•>'-'*'*'*-'-***-**-**'*'',*** ir nal ved but serfclm J Salvation, please write for I 11(11 HOOK W im ti Make* GOD'S WAY OF : ; SALVATION ?LAIN" B. Roberts. Gospel v I Book A Trmet Service. 30 8 S Central Ave.. Bangor. NX J Indigestion mskes it hard to work. impossible to have fun. But why suffer when iour Upset Stomach II so eeiy to relieve? Take Alka-Selt*er I Simply drop a tablet or two into a glass of Water, and drink the sparkling. Bf solution. Alka-Selt/er will not only relieve your Headache quickly, but will also help set your h ihsromfort right again! Not a laxative, you can take Alka-Seltzer anvfme.' FNIOUS Ui-Sttlisr Wss itllMK 111 it beli IN IM l.if-r. Alka-Seltzer SPORTS AT C. H. S. Codringtoii High School are ..n W< II at 4 p.m The] R Miss CrifTlth ha: invited all old ith I hard grounder from do range. First Goal The Dames' inside left had beaten Smith with onr which Mr Smith was able to clear off fluline, but In the skirmish that followed Mandeville dtove hard snd true to put his team in the lead Noire Dame continued lpel ^ hard, and twice Smith's good ludgincnt averted the threat The attackers literally stampeded tne College goal, but after about three minutes, the schoolboys came into | wen able to even ilay up somewhat. Notre Dame were soon again on Clarke, the baby of the College team who was making hit first appearance in first division football. Nothing resulted from hit efforts, however. The Interval was taken a few seconds later with Dames onr up Attack Renewed Notre Dnmc renewed the attack when the wame was resumed but it was not long bsfi I lost the rip of the first half, and Savannah Club Tennis Turnaiin l nt TODAYS FIXTURES Mixed Doubles Handicap Mrs. B. Ch.llenur und Hon R. N. Turner vs. Mr. and Mrs. P. McC Patterson. MrB. and Mrs. F. D. Barnes vs Mrs. Gibbons and R. S. NlcboUi. Mr. and Mrs. R. s. B an croft n Miaa D. Wood and l)i C. G Ml o hing. The Final Of me Men's Doubles started resterday bul %  isbed and will be rs-played on Ftklay. •">> April • :irli V. DeUMA v ro.. mi M I:I:IHII STRKU She's lovely she uses Coty BEAUTY PREPARATIONS FACE POWDER in Boxes Each BABY POWDER in Boxes Each BODY POWDER in Tins LIPSTICKS. Per Stick ROUGE, Per Box BRII.I.IANTINE. Per Bottle COMPACTS. Each SOAP III Boxes of 3 Cakes. Each 1.50 .81 1.08 1.84 2.22 CAVE SHEPHERD 8. CO. LTD. 10-13 BROAD ST PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE We ran supply this in RED OR GREEN in lengths of 5fl ft., 75 ft. and 100 ft. nt reaseneMd prices. Thi*. Hose is lonn lasting, easy In use. and easy lo clean. SECURE YOURS NOW — ntou PLANTATIONS LTD. R. GRAHAM W1LKCB opened Ihe B.ATA Tootball School at atfiutlneton laat Sunday. Thirty play •ii hae been nominated by thrlr clnbn to attand thr esaru In t'tc picture above. Mr Wllkci i leetnrlnK to thn school on I I .irt of "trapping th> Kill "*l*jm [ ...yl the ONIY one the! c/yi you ALl th* revolution! TEKGUSON SYSTIM footores.' BEST BUY FOR TRANSPORT AND AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES. MS *ui it mini i. I:\HIXI; y \\r ran supply from stock:— GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS 6 ft. 7 ft. I ft. Ion! EVERITE CORRUGATED SHEETS t ft. ~ fi It lone RED CEDAR SHINGLES GALVANISED DRIVE NAILS & DRIVE SCREWS GALVANISED WIRE NAILS all sizes MAXOID PROOFING COMPOUND \ til it | Bain fW -I. i>pilea* In r.i,.r WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. I IIIMI SI HVU i: •OVEI\ T You can get from your grocer or from any shop in the Island the following Riscuits Fresh from the oven :— MMlir .ilr. IVr III. SIIIRI.IV lr. Per lb. SIIOHT V.XKV. Mr. Vrr lb. .ll\ll\>l II \t Kills lr. Per lb. llll\ SOIIA I II \ Kl IIS .lUr. I'.r lb.



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    Ml IIIM II llllAl. Peasant Proprietor Acquitted XKW IXOISTHIK*: T dad Chid Aim Say* Gomtf* WAII PLAXES: Rutiia Has Moro Than U.S. II VIMil B.C. ExpAntion Plan Continues Peasant Proprietor Not Guilty Of Murder SPECTATORS SHOUT AS VERDICT IS ANNOUNCED \H ASSIZE JURY after deliberating for half an; hour yesterday acquitted forty-two year old Joseph Gibbs of the murder charge brought against him for the death of his brother in law Duncan Headley who died on the 18th of January last. The tall slenderly built peasant proprietor who had Mt. silently in the dock during the three-day trial while he| heard limn witnesses give evidence agaimt him. stood i in that HDN lUeace as hp heard the foreman of the iiirv announce a verdict of not guilty of any offence, and His] Uiraenip Mr Justice Tnylor say to lum that "the jury have found von %  m niav go.*' ihip had not |nck bin aritt ihe route. ; led the Banck linn..Bench, the i i and those Who had i %  hunch nt bananas and %  -•. ihe deceased i nlch he ru-hed ax me. |b knife liable to "Juetr* him. %  II lo the ground.' He ;i in Lied that at the time UM square In front'wound is alleged lo have taken ot lno '"' l, according to the statement outcome of the case. or the accused, then Hundred* flocked around and lion cf his being wounded when he ran behind the po took (iibbs lo hi* home Mr. Walcott. S. thg Defse* %  ,.i Junior attempted t.. I | tuj the ground. %  i ned friend, being exDd knowing that thai Crown Proswuttir would have to rpeok after bin court yard by %  ir, hundreds of ''id nfl i t which' others flocked around his i from the doe-tor. bepatling him on the bark and COflcnuu he realized that t tttBg him on hi* Sucre -'_• Hour Atldrrs. %  d y morning. Mr W. W. Reee, Q.C. Solicitor Qeneral prosecuted the case on behalf of the Crown nddrcssi.i tinJury In *.*o hour* and I hail and then Hta Lordablj lor summed up the case for an hour and a half. Stick % % %  %  Mi Raaca continuing his address I--rii iif the accused was there and Wat he WOUld destroy the fallacy of his argumant. Bterj orrohorated He niggasted thai % % %  M Hi ton on Thursda) for the fir*t time about the i^-cond bunafa of ban corroborated in the statement of he admitted put a bunch <>f put it in the road, and when tin deceased took it up, 1 refused to give it to him. that it was whan i yesterday morn,; • ec 11 *•* it thai the deceased did not B ee the slab, but she dl .., ,),.rush, he see the deceased raise his slick. nuch They would remember also that Evidence and allrninati are %  (lie sink difficult things. I did not fall until the dOCO as ad thing before Uaa Police Magistrate; staggered, which was probably at lad It before the jury. the time he received the wound. ibl that did no' mean USSt he It was obvious that thdiuuhter wa: n wilful liar. It i ad the wife were closely connect< !" ni to decide whether the il with the dead man, but irge teas Of flUCh a nature n< to in ti that not neeessarily mean were li:u>. Ha WOtltd tlnnlnr.' ask them to accept tli< I given % %  AdmllUni thai Mwato Mllllngi x elf-confessed liar." I ) that lie %  l| iui>. t did 1 Ifa it the other wl i liars. They had to examine the %  the whoa ace, arrive I I Knife Taken Away Barnes had told them in.n the and banana*, had been taken w.i.v by Jane Hurray, and tnls was sUbainii.itHi by other witnesses. There were certain wtuon no wttmai aetu wh.i happened, but certain facts ived, and if UM which they could draw from those It was a mailer to give what value Miey felt; to a statement. Knife Never Found In rebuttal t" the suggestion' that if no blow was %  truck, the) could conclude that it was an unintentional act, Mr. Reeee asked account that the knife which wa. Inker. V %  l:ce. and 1 that the sink which Inn is* took up did n"* lice unti fl hose little points which would help them %  %  In the light of the mental strain resulting hom %  %  '" knnwledge of i • %  I ill i uea Ik i could place Miss llelle in strict %  r in the sequence Of the event-: which t">k phtCC Mr. Ileece sugnesied that the Bauxite Industry Expanding • W. J. Raat^ever, the British Guiana dt i the ReelonaJ Economic Comi the Advoealr yesU-rdav that tin111. biuxite industrv is still expanding. Another kiln ha:; recently been put down for : bauxite for export I nnd the companv is expend I inn its operations lo increase j its output in view of the worU ] phi rtauaa, He said that n bumper one and the ij all the quotas to ttie islands In full It drainage which will increase further the land available fOr nee cultivation. With icgard to the sugar crops he said the estates hope to reach the target set tins yepr in order lo take advantage of : eondudad with Mr. Raat#tver 'd it is hoped that the Genera] Becuoni under BUOO ".il take The Governor has sent on his recommendations to the Secretary of State for the Coldly.. | i(ur hearing toe %  the nwmban of Ike Lag* I UIHll. He said that it %  > also proposed %  enumerators to rogis%  ho will be entitled to vole Under Adult Sn' was not bound by th. n only, and thai wtt lha! wort., I-T.I.IW if Ihey WW, lh,-y .ho defendant was Kuilty. OK) uld no dr0 *"lln eonclu..hould return a nrtfi of tudly. '"" "" d """il !" ^ ' ?."!?" „ did no, ,h..r,.,„o Wlov, in the -"V SSiKSS. V," \ before them that when witEden Explains What Peace Is %  %  I March 20. rtary, Anthony BdV ticn of peace on Kud.n night. %  up of innumer%  bla points of agjn I conunoa purpose, peace is n condition where bulh moivniu-ili and groups Of individuals take enough account eda and rights of other! I their own 'i th) ultimate point. PI slate of neutral fi %  den i ato al duuier of the Coal Trade Bci lbMU-4JJf. They should weigh the evident. coane to a conclusion as to nesaes said no blow pared, th ,„ were established wound was inflicted, because il tlit evidence did not take anv sweeping blow Protect The doctor had W.d them that a xhf wHt ^ for lhe Cnw n h>d knife wuld have caused the wound aivfn pvi( .^ ro nn „ ,, which resulted in the death ot ,,,, ^jtamtaatton CM Duncan Headley. it was %  < Bl itter ov llls OWTS Counsel. It la not open for them to decide, and they should f.,r Counsel on either aid take into consider tlon thai I thai wi tn e s s was not true. two men had clinched, and that The Crown particularly could one had the other in a "neck-tie." not place two witnesses In the no which point h. v.ould sugge-t stand, renresentinr ihem as being to them that If the man fell barkpeople of credibility, I i ward as was abated by witnesses nit. If (rtey were not challenged. K wound would have been in th discredit on.and cretUI 1; "f the other t'lLitrnf, 1\ <^l,\r ~A I Mr Heece termed the aucoesIrtWenre i '^ art *"P„_ 'tion as 'one of the moH TWtbeyhrf.il Ihj fb (nimrd facts, telling the storj of lab Wateo-t what U I en in th* case of the man E.Iwar,| Millingeounsel U t.>n Ihey had | ha Wnrd, Bta %  i n nduct often led to f-rew the iNenUon of the Jury to 'wr-n Counsel who or by ih deduty to perform. • in which he 'aid "I *liri On Tare 7 2.1.11 TOMATO HVK Celebration Ale.rts Police MANILA, Mart AH entrances to Manila were %  %  army patrols were on the move I I innlvera of the formation of the Coramui UK i. b> i movem 11 i >< %  . strength of the rebels The Ninete en th it^tt. %  %  %  .I %  %  Ippine Airi-orne Battalion wag held In readlnss In the evt .ids.—U.P. Sir llulpli Confers W itla lliluly Pasha CAIHO. March 39 to Egyp Sir Ralph Btwrenson afternoon f be %  with Egypt %  ilk tail morning % % %  0 days at eat. Their second meeting I bl I %  %  gad to they had discuksed. ,. ; Hi I i %  I NafUlb Hilaly %  %  "exchaiiKcil vk • %  II'. Finds Opera Strain "We Wani Triesttf 1 Iluliaiis Sliout i:< >.n: Uarch 28 Wt want Trieste" .. %  Saturday night wii' a .il .1,000 Rornaa i mat wd In thi Pi in 1>-I %  %  h* rally %  But most of f'.e anti-Allied shouting came from youths. Many Barriad i an ing them as supp rteri of the new I I* Red China Is Also Major Air Power In .i i Comn iww ral i i %  tomfc u ap 'i i M hi Unreal this i %  the Ruatdan airforce will I a aJmoel . ri 1,000 cornbai %  il i ountui i %  I Europt I Grenada lias Dry Season VICTIM cf a bang-up performance. Metropolitan Opera star 11 vms wears her arm In a sling as she goei over a score at her New York apartment Mlsi hurled against a prop siI %  l,t too enthuaia.tkaliT by leo<* Mario del Monaco dun'i| n, suffered a I I managed to f perform "e. finteraailonal) %  ; I %  I u t :,i the Advocate •>< %  i rl that Un %  %  . rod. These prices are due t" ihe n .i woild '•At present (it. i' u i local consumption,' 1 ind at V." .1 Ihl t thir duty was % %  • %  Su John Saint will %hortta/ l>e Ihe • oiony to li %  land i lead li rthj I al up ..' entire) 11 tnonern lines wlmh a i • to take In %  i %  • in rapt) f the U latlve Coun %  I 1 i %  %  I i | KtfshvotMl Visits St. Kilts west.ii BT Kii %  TinI I • .... .. ii 1 1\. fi b) U.W.I A tiy and %  %  During his rlai i %  i f %  %  others. H i %  ent Indu %  • %  Ira) Unued ii of lie II thai iht.ttrc. %  %  i. % %  i i future i '.'..O.OOO lo %  I %  lighter, ... I'.P, Introduction Of New Industries Is T'dad's Chief Aim HON'BI.E ALI' Labour Industry end Commerce told th Advocate day that then chief aim in Trinidad is to introduce as many* nrw tadusu i"-^ ai pt opportunlUea (or their rapid I v in dJatlon He raid that they had just achieved an Unportani addiin ;i to the colony's econorny in the form of the Trinidad Textile* Mills bewn about in start arorfe %  oon on tl so thai %  ometirne In the rtt liovmR a cement Industry In m Lid thai than arete several Other the moment in the discusSlull ' Mr fj< i -— —-i : I-.IIIK from Trinidad to prcUoa OTST .i Rwetuuj "i tiie Executive of the ||.ui.n.il KeoOORik fittest' which took pi .tftcrnoon at Haslii I staying at SaniK Hi %  • D Hotel. Ma aald ih.-t h. Ike r> %  I Trlnaaad and Tobago, because he UlOUCht II was %  i tant than anything el < :\sis. What tl i iUsen wanta purtuniiy of employment, a home in which, to live and to b basic iwquirenien; in. .. thu aspect affalri m ntrailng lo "The esseetl -i prareoji industrial • • mainten%  nient without this unpoi I I HON. Al.nKRI I.OMES %  M i icrtaJ to any eeunhr] %  ill be possible ft r us to keep the Hintry atai tot and oonuBue our work ol attdbuj to its -. Asked .ii '. he said m the matter. "Hi lhHssfea wera %  wi.u d be only t*K) happy to fall in Inn •Our atl olatlonurt oomm m d< %  %  las in the weak and usignlllcaiil i ht in then %  %  %  %  and so I %  this very important my i fortunate a I posses lactoi %  in any Indu b tl unit that i^ fuel. Hut this asset, Indu ild be al %  %  incut. . %  have been able lo pro\ eondftlnns. hoi t since.. for %  in ivoid i Id lei Haul IIin ill a t.t un roof of H hotnu•LII i St John, w.u> burnt, whei n ui red B %  %  i %  | | %  %  %  i I Muriel %  %  m II. ChrM i I iut IN p.m, i ii.. burnt a qu mill %  of m ood i rap 1 10 no p m. | pcouertj %  %  .... . Ol the ( Walls Of Jericho Fell Many Times MIS OLOA SPCNCE of StMartin's. 8t Philip, brought an crtraordin.inly hogs tomato into the "Advocate" yesterday. She baa a vtgatabla ganUu and said that a friend pointed It out to her grew log on a vine with otfif r tonutoss of DOrmal Use. Ta temate w-iga* two pooads. By IIAKRV hi II \ i irch 29. came turittrting down more than aa> hfd from di %  xcavaUng The leader i,t the expeditionT K.ithleei of Uie British School of Archae%  .rid here. %  Jericho's %  in her !• I It seems prev evidence Mias Kennon' i %  %  Traces of seven walls were found round the city indicating ral times. Th%  %  1 1 ] I %  was the re-< earthquake. if iinn i loan II %  'ii ni %  >f fin thei broad 1 II Is a source of erni auV rasjekM i m~ that the rshsUaBa hetweea lahtHir and raa'UI havi Ixeii on a very reputjlil. | wllhli. reeeal umiilli-. jnd I %  m o'ly hupe that this rrl .tion-hii\Mll Innuinl linril. seeiliii llii' .. ill out It, our prr he said ind a poM the aeoaeaaii d peepli if then fon imir to pren Ida t %  tu On OIIMT PrUei Carlb CeJUag ( kaeari I >'m and BBtd G I'fl'i (. till, n ins Hud. tporl I .Mull I'.eiiiirt: ••< Athletic '"ui Keili" i h if. mi swlmmlns; V-ehllm fa (ookhu': Bewksf] Your ll.hv And Von. Mrs. OtanWi < oiumii 7 I'eaaanl I'roprteior Not %  %  %  -II. ol Murder Iftil..'il -iltins tin I inPaeeai t.arrlton Cherek 1 ..iit.ii t> o r I'sintksfl || i, rl Oold) Ud II \ \ i ii The i |ei III Barrj lint' IS The li.n. inr Masker 11 Com i. I.. i..„..i News K. W. V. THE LABEL WITH THE KEY To Health & Happiness &f K. W V PAARL TAWNY K. W. V. Coronation Wine K W. 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